The Disciples of Apocalypse (DOA) were a biker-themed professional wrestling stable in the World Wrestling Federation in the late 1990s. The group came together from the demise of the Nation of Domination stable in June 1997. The group consisted of four main members who were, Crush, Chainz, Skull and 8-Ball.


Late in 1997, Crush left the group, and the WWF in protest of the Montreal Screwjob, and believing he would fare better in WCW. The DOA continued as a stable with Chainz assuming leadership. With the loss of Crush, the DOA started to team on a semi-regular basis with Ken Shamrock and Ahmed Johnson to battle the Nation of Domination.

During this time, the DOA would make their ring entrances astride custom-made 'Titan' Motorcycles. This gimmick would later be used by The Undertaker during his 'American Bad-Ass' incarnation.

As time passed, Skull and 8-Ball began to focus on their tag team career, leaving Chainz to compete as a singles wrestler. In 1998, Chainz left the WWF, and Skull and 8-Ball continued as a tag team using the DOA name. The DOA entered a feud with the The Legion of Doom, during the course of which the Legion's former manager Paul Ellering turned on his former charges and sided with the DOA. However that angle soon died out and the DOA entered a brief feud with Southern Justice. Soon after that Ellering left the duo and they formed a short lived alliance with Brian Christopher and Scott Taylor known then as Too Much. Soon after that angle DOA left the WWF.

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