Some of it was ok and the ideas were solid, but 3 hours of unfiltered Russo/Ferrara started to grate.
The likes of Brad Armstrong and Norman Smiley direction.
The Powers That Be was an intresting new spin on the heel boss.
Chris Benoit, Jeff Jarrett, Meng, Vampiro were pushed.
The pieces were put in place for a Booker T push/awaited feud with his brother.
Goldberg got pushed to the forefront
Bret Hart became a world champion again, in Canada. That was a nice touch and 'The Hitman' of all people has no reason to criticize Russo as much as he does.
Smart move to turn Sting and Sid face.
Effort put into Thunder.
Matches were overbooked with too many ref bumps, distractions and weapons.
Matches never lasted long enough.
Felt too much like an Attitude Era ripoff.
Needlessly killing off the cruiserweight division.
Xenophobia and misogyny galore.
Starrcade was one of the worst PPVs ever.
Way too much 'shooting', to the point they were admitting it's fake every week.
Pissing on the retirement stipulation, with Nash and Hennig returning so quickly.
The invisible camera coming to WCW.
Had there been a filter it would have given WWE a run for its money.