During an interview at WrestleCade, Arn Anderson was asked who he would choose for a modern-day Four Horsemen stable if he was to be the JJ Dillon of the group. The picks are revealing and surprising at the same time. He picked Cody Rhodes, The Revival (Scott Dawson and Dash Wilder), and Braun Strowman.
The Rhodes reference makes sense. Dusty Rhodes feuded with The Four Horsemen, and his son in the Ric Flair role would be interesting. The Revival is very similar to Anderson and Tully Blanchard, as they are also known for their hard-hitting action inside the ring.
The one name that seems out of place is Strowman. In a way, he would be the obvious muscle of the group. While surprising, it does make sense, as theoretically a heel faction would want to get the meanest and toughest guy to be in the group.
Is there a possibility of this happening? The answer is probably no. But it's still very possible that The Revival could end up in AEW once their WWE contracts expire. A Cody heel turn could be what's needed, and suddenly a new faction could be born. In pro wrestling, anything is possible.