The British Bulldog, Jim Neidhart, Doug Furnas and Phil LaFon
Dolph Ziggler, Damien Sandow, David Otunga, Wade Barrett
and Alberto Del Rio
Before this match in 2009 match, Christian joked that he stood out among his teammates. They took on the formidable squadron of Randy Orton, Cody Rhodes, Ted DiBiase, CM Punk and William Regal. If you look at the 10 names, Kingston is probably the unlikeliest Sole Survivor, yet that's what happened.
Note from 2015: Canadian Bulldog's World is working on an absolutely MASSIVE Survivor Series project for next week. So in the meantime, we've updated a Top 50 list from last year to include the 2014 results.
There have been roughly 70 "traditional" Survivor Series matches in the history of the Survivor Series event, whether they were 3 on 3, 4 on 4, 5 on 5, 6 on 6.... well, you get the idea.
Of those matches, we chose ONLY the winning teams for this list because, hey, if your team didn't win, how can you be considered one of the best 50 teams if you weren't victorious in what was likely your only appearance as a team? Other considerations for this ranking include:
How does the team look on paper?
How many future World Champions on WWE Hall of Famers were on the squad?
Did the team have a common theme, or something else that tied them together nicely?
Did the team members get along for the match?
What was the quality of competition the team faced?
How many members of the team ended up being Survivors?
Ready? Here we go!
While this team sounds kind of random - and it is - they managed to dispatch the equally-random pairing of Crush, Jerry Lawler, Hunter-Hearst Helmsley and Goldust. Plus Roberts and The Stalker (Barry Windham) went on to the WWF Hall of Fame, and the Sole Survivor (in his debut!) ended up being The Rock.