1. The Rock, Chris Jericho, the Undertaker, Kane, Big Show
From Survivor Series XV, November 18, 2001
You know WWE's roster was robust when they could afford to stockpile this assembly of heavy hitters (all at or just narrowly past their prime, no less) in one bout. And that's without factoring in that they squared off against Stone Cold, Kurt Angle, Booker T, Rob Van Dam and Shane McMahon. The Rock outlasted the pack, but of the nine everyday wrestlers involved, all of them carried on as bona fide superstars, with two already enshrined in the company's Hall of Fame (and at least five others surefire future inductees).
At their best, Survivor Series teams are a reflection of WWE's depth of talent and creative flexibility, so it's no surprise that the event's most sterling quintet came together when Vince's enterprise was at the top of its game as both a business and entertainment bonanza.