1. The New Day: A trio of buffoons, simple as that. WWE took three young Black wrestlers including a powerhouse in Big E, a high-flyer in Kofi Kingston and a no-placer Xavier Woods and decided to merge these three to become this "New Day". It was a terrible combination, especially for Big E who obviously went from a first-card status, to mid-card, to a promising push to what could have been main-event level to basically being condemned to jokes for tag matches with a gimmick that does not compliment his presence or personality. And teaming with the likes of Xavier Woods and Kofi exemplified a severe mismatch. By far, this stable/tag team is the least impressive I've seen in the last 3 years and would not miss seeing this group disband immediately.
2. Brass Ring Club: Another unlucky pairing in the form of Antonio Cesaro & Tyson Kidd. I noticed after his title run, his main event pushes and fleeting tag team with Jack Swagger, Cesaro was drowning in the sea of aimless writing, struggling with finding a solid storyline or purpose. I see this alleged Brass Ring Club as a desperate attempt to save Cesaro's "future" ie. his job with WWE and perhaps Kidd's too as he never truly had a solid appearance in the WWE except in the form of that damnable Total Divas show. This is one group can go and go quickly.
3. The Meta Powers: What In the many hells are the Meta Powers? *sighs* Yet another failed attempt for both Curtis Axel & Damien Sandow to reinvent their sorry gimmicks. Their careers in WWE both have been non-impressive. Each had fleeting, short-lived pushes and hardly even warrant first-card match status (more like working only House and Dark matches, or anything else that's non-aired). And neither man is paying any sense of "homage" to the past greats of pro wrestling. If anything, they are making mockeries of not only Hulk Hogan & Randy Savage, but are making mockeries of themselves. By doing this, they demonstrate their unoriginality and the obvious fact that their careers both are going the way of a wingless airplane...down.
4. The Prime Time Players have been more of a jobber since their debut and are only reunited to give both Titus O'Neil & Darren Young purpose since WWE cannot write well enough singles stories for either men. So again we see yet another pairing just simply to "give them something to do" as long as they're still on the WWE payroll. I used to have hope for this team as I believe in serious Black American professional wrestlers (like Booker T, Farooq, The Godfather/Khama Mustafa, Ahmed Johnson, Shelton Benjamin and Bobby Lashley) but these two and the New Day stable have both let me down. And I'd rather see these two cut from the roster than watch any more jobber matches or ass-making antics that continue to damage their careers.
5. The Ascension? What IS the Ascension? What are we ascending to with this team? Even if they've established themselves on NXT or whatever, what makes this team worthy of a main roster promotion? I saw this team set to face off against far better teams (retired now) such as the APA, The nWo and The Outlaws and rightfully got their asses beat for their time-wasting. Neither of the two members of this team are the least bit impressive or draw a massively noticeable following on the RAW or Smackdown shows and at best are simply jobber-fodder. My final suggestion would be to send them back to NXT or send them back to the indies from whence they came.
(more teams to follow as I continue this posting and remember. This is only an opinion. Many or some of you may actually like these groups and that's fine. I'm not here to dissuade your view of them if you do in fact like them.)