In WWE, fans mostly see superstars fighting for themselves in singles matches or performing alongside their teammates in tag team matches. However, there are instances of three superstars aligning themselves to form a trio. Let's look at five best trios of all time in WWE!
5. The Wyatt Family
To understand how big the Wyatt Family was, there was an episode of Monday Night Raw where the trios team of The Wyatt Family and the trios team of The Shield ended up in the ring together. The entire arena went nuts at the thought of this battle. Unlike The Shield, The Wyatt Family was the cult leader Bray Wyatt leading his two men, Luke Harper and Erick Rowan, into action. Braun Strowman eventually joined them, but he was more of a bodyguard than a member. Wyatt, Harper, and Rowan were almost unstoppable.
The trios teams have a long history in WWE, and one of its most popular was the '80s team Demolition. While many fans of the NWA felt that Demolition was a ripoff of the Road Warriors, the team ended up standing on their own in the legacy of the industry.
Originally, Demolition was a tag team of Smash and Ax, but thanks to injuries to Ax, a third member arrived in Crush, and they worked as a trios team until they finally split up.
Evolution, in its original form, was a four-man faction, a modern-day Four Horsemen when they first appeared. In this format, they were not considered a trios team at all. However, that changed in 2014 when Batista returned to WWE and turned heel, joining his former partners again. In this iteration, Evolution was Triple H, Batista, and Randy Orton, and they operated as a proper trios team. Their reunion was in part due to fans rejecting Batista as a babyface and in part to give the best trios team in WWE at the time, The Shield, some rivals to face. The Shield won the feud, but the two trios teams put on some of the best matches in WWE at the time.