The Evolution reunion has been a highlight in WWE in the early part of 2014. It's been about ten years since the group was together as one functioning unit. Triple H, Batista, Randy Orton and Ric Flair have all gone their separate ways in the last decade, but it's awesome to see them back together no matter how long it lasts. What made Evolution so great is that they set out a goal from the beginning as a stable that would mix a top guy in his prime (Triple H), an experienced veteran to offer advice (Ric Flair) and two younger guys that had the potential to be main event players for years to come (Randy Orton and Batista). Considering that Orton and Batista were 2/3 of the WrestleMania 30 main event ten years after the foursome were together it just shows that Evolution was the perfect name for the group. There have been other stables in WWE history that have had a lot of success, but most of them didn't have four World Champions as part of the group. Degeneration X lasted longer and took on different forms. It wasn't better, though. They just weren't serious enough as a group. The Hart Foundation was fantastic although they didn't last long enough. The Shield is currently an amazing stable. How long will they last? It will probably be over soon. Arguments can be made for other factions in WWE history (not counting NWO or Four Horsemen due to them being in WCW), but when you really break it down it's hard to argue against all that Evolution accomplished. Here's a video of the night when Evolution formed on January 20, 2003. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mLojcz7Mhvc Some fans may not remember, but Batista was out of action for about eight months that year and Orton missed some time too. Towards the end of the year, the foursome was together in full force and dominated for most of the time they were together. There are several reasons why Evolution is the best stable in WWE history. Here are seven of them.