Has WWE Lost Its Senses?

by Dalton Hastings | Posted on Sunday, January 6th, 2013
Back in 1997 the WWE (back then WWF) entered a new era that would spark everything and change the whole wrestling world. The Attitude Era had great superstars including Stone Cold Steve Austin, The Rock, D-Generation X, The Undertaker, Kane, Mankind, The Hart Foundation and many other great superstars, The Attitude Era also featured tons of great matches including Inferno matches, Hell in a Cell, First Blood, Dumpster Matches and also featured great wrestling ability by younger athletes. When the Attitude Era ended in 2001 by Vince McMahon buying out WCW from Ted Turner, we entered a new era, which wouldn’t really start until 2002: The Ruthless Aggression Era. During the Ruthless Aggression Era, we saw superstars who had the power, and agility to work there way to the top of the WWE. Superstars like Brock Lesnar, Rey Mysterio, Eddie Guerrero, John Cena, Triple H, Randy Orton, Batista, Rob Van Dam, Booker T and many more great sports entertainers. After those two eras came to an end, the WWE fans wanted more but in 2008 it took a huge step backwards when Vince McMahon turned the WWE PG and it lost tons of popularity in the fans because all the fans wanted the same thing, great storylines, violence, sexual acts from Divas, amazing Pay Per Views, but it all went downhill. As of now in 2013, the WWE is still PG, and we all ask the question everyday. Has the WWE lost its senses in what it used to be? The fans think it has but the question is, will it ever go back to what it originally was?
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