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Professional wrestling, while primarily focused on competition between individual wrestlers, features many teams, factions, and alliances, both in the ring and as part of angles. Tag team wrestling is a type of wrestling that pits teams of two (or more) wrestlers against each other. Wrestlers will also sometimes form alliances, or stables, in which the wrestlers involved provide each other with support both in and out of the ring—these stables occasionally, but not always, correspond to actual backstage alliances and friendships. Feuds between face and heel stables are commonly the driving forces behind long-term angles.


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