The Corporate Ministry was a stable in the World Wrestling Federation in 1999 composed of members from both The Corporation and the Ministry of Darkness.
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... The two groups were the Corporate Ministry and the Union ... The Corporate Ministry was formed when the Corporation merged with the Ministry of Darkness the Corporate Ministry consisted of Viscera, The Big Boss Man, and The Acolytes Bradshaw and Faarooq ... Throughout the month of May, the Ministry was involved in matches with Mankind, Ken Shamrock, The Big Show, and Test, and in retaliation, the four wrestlers formed the Union stable ...
... They were a Face stable who rebelled against the Corporate Ministry ... The group formed on May 3, 1999, four days after The Undertaker's Ministry of Darkness and Shane's Corporation merged to create the Corporate Ministry ... The four Union members were not alone as they feuded with the Corporate Ministry ...
... blamed for costing him the WWF Title and began talking about his Ministry of Darkness ... like Undertaker returned to television and introduced his ministry of darkness and along with The Acolytes (Farooq and Bradshaw) began recruiting wrestlers like Mideon, Viscera and The Brood (Edge ... face Vince McMahon and his daughter Stephanie McMahon With the Ministry burning Undertaker's symbol in the McMahon family yard and Hanging the Big Bossman at WrestleMania 15 ...
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