3MB (also referred to as The Band, The Three Man Band, The International House of Hits, The Trio, Slater Group, or Encore) is a heel professional wrestling stable in WWE, consisting of Jinder Mahal, Drew McIntyre, and Heath Slater. It was formed on the September 21, 2012 episode of WWE SmackDown, when McIntyre and Mahal saved Slater from a match against Brodus Clay. Hornswoggled joined the team in 2014. The team dissolved in 2014 after Drew and Jinder were released.
Curb-Stomp Battle: On a recent episode of RAW, 3MB tried to call out The Shield, which probably wouldn't have ended well. Instead, they got Brock Lesnar, which ended worse - especially for poor Heath Slater.
Eviler than Thou: On the receiving end of this recently, as their attempt to jump HHH resulted in them getting beaten down by The Shield before they made their own run against HHH. The following week, 3MB calling out The Shield resulted in Brock Lesnar demolishing the three of them.
Finishing Move: Drew uses the Future Shock (Double Arm DDT), Heath uses a Zig Zag variation called Sweetness, and Jinder mostly uses the Camel Clutch.
More recently, Slater went through several finishers before settling on the Smash Hit(elevated/Impaler DDT). Mahal occasionally uses a full nelson slam to end matches.
However, Drew can sing very well, and has even released a song in the past. But of course, WWE doesn't tell you that...
Ineffectual Sympathetic Villain: If WWE wasn't trying to paint them with this brush from the beginning, it's almost certainly the case now that they've come off worse in a couple of confrontations with The Shield.
Too Dumb to Live/Bullying a Dragon: Or at least bullying a dragon's ring announcer and his only friend and wrecking another dragon's set and attacking him too. 3MB got the bright idea of challenging The Miz and Alberto Del Rio to a three-on-three tag team match after the two promptly beat the hell out of them for pissing them off...forgetting that both are not only highly decorated wrestlers, but also former world champions. The farthest they've ever gone for all three is an Intercontinental Championship for McIntyre, and that was over three years ago.
Then there was the aforementioned calling out The Shield, who would've undoubtedly kicked their asses had they actually come out. Instead, they got Brock Lesnar, who was undeniably worse.
Not so, both Drew (with Cody Rhodes) and Heath (with Justin Gabriel) are also former tag team champions. That is at least on part with IC.