The 15 most underrated stables of all time: #11 The Right to Censor
Key members: Steven Richards, Val Venis, The Goodfather, Bull Buchanan, Ivory
In late 2000, Stevie Richards became so fed up with the outrageousness of the “Attitude Era” that he began covering up scantily clad women and taking offense to extreme tactics such as The Dudley Boyz’ use of tables. Clad in black slacks, a white shirt and black tie, Richards — joined by Bull Buchanan and a converted Godfather, now known as The Goodfather — embarked on a crusade to stop anything deemed offensive.
Of course, the WWE Universe weren’t fans of such suppression, but The Right to Censor was a formidable force as Buchanan and The Goodfather captured the World Tag Team Titles and Val Venis and Ivory joined the puritanical pride. The group came very close to imposing their views of decency on WWE, but they began to splinter when they lost all of their respective matches at WrestleMania X-Seven. By the time Richards was hit with a Last Ride from The Undertaker and abandoned by his followers, The RTC was DOA. — KEVIN POWERS