The Brood (professional Wrestling) - The Brood - Split


By June 1999, The Brood began feuding with The Hardy Boyz. By that time, Edge and Christian had found success as a tag team, and Gangrel had turned on Edge. Gangrel tried to convince Christian to do the same, but Edge and Christian instead split from Gangrel, who turned on both of them and aligned himself instead with their main enemies, The Hardy Boyz.

The New Brood
Members Gangrel (leader)
Matt Hardy
Jeff Hardy
Terri Runnels (Manager)
Debut August 1999
Disbanded October 1999
Promotions WWF

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