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post #19 of (permalink) Old 10-08-2012, 03:52 PM
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Re: Which PG era wrestler would find success in AE?

The "PG-era" is such a lame phrase. If you take out the years 1997-2000, in the entire rest of WWE's history since Vince McMahon took over, isn't it ALL PG era? And no offense but the Attitude Era fucking sucked. Austin & The Rock were awesome, no doubt. But shits like Val Venis, Mideon, The Godfather, Beaver Cleavage, Viscera, Puke, Nurse BB, The Headbangers, DOA, Los Boricuas, Mean Street Posse, Steve Blackman, The J.O.B. Squad, or Leif Cassidy, T&A, The Oddities, P.M.S. featuring Meat, The Truth Commission, Gillberg, The Sultan, Spark Plug Bob Holly, Tiger Ali Singh, Max Mini, The Goddwins, etc. were all AWFUL & channel-changers.

The "Attitude Era" is a big reason why so many people look down on pro-wrestling & treat it like it's a disgusting, derogatory joke that only imbeciles and juveniles watch. A fuckin' show featuring 8-Ball & Chainz Vs. Miguel Perez & Jose Estrada, Jr. with Sable stripping, Goldust getting called a queer by Lawler & Vince McMahon pissing his pants is not the pinnacle of the industry, I'm sorry.
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