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Time period in wrestling you mostly miss?

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Got to be 2000-01 for me.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sXMVX0VfWeQ

This is the wrestling I miss so dearly. Brings back so many memories as kid. You just don't get that kind of atmosphere anymore.

It's definitely a special time in the business I'm glad I got to watch growing up.
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Late 2000 to early 2002. It was my favourite period of wrestling,we had a great Main Event scene, a good tag divison and a great Mid card division which make a great show when put together. But then the brand extension started and wrecked it all..
 

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About 1997 to 2005/2006. I just enjoyed the product quite a bit. Seeing Randy Orton's debut on Smackdown was something that honestly stood out to me right in the middle there. Can't say I remember too many other debuts....
 

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2004, I think it was brilliant. Wrestlemania 20 was one of my favourite PPV's ever. It had a lot of focus on the Cruiserweight title which I liked. It also had a great thing with Rey and Van Dam being a tag team. And, towards the end it had the whole Booker T, Rey Mysterio and Eddie Guerrero teaming up against Luther Reigns, Mark Jindrak and Orlando Jordan for a few weeks, and they were some good tag team matches.
 
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2004, I think it was brilliant. Wrestlemania 20 was one of my favourite PPV's ever. It had a lot of focus on the Cruiserweight title which I liked. It also had a great thing with Rey and Van Dam being a tag team. And, towards the end it had the whole Booker T, Rey Mysterio and Eddie Guerrero teaming up against Luther Reigns, Mark Jindrak and Orlando Jordan for a few weeks, and they were some good tag team matches.

My thoughts exactly
 

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The First Golden Age during Hulkamania in the mid-to-late 80's. The action was just so much better. I know there wasn't the great diversity of moves that you have today but dammit, those guys knew how to sell a punch or a tackle or a kick to face to make it look awesome and not just like some transition move.
 

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1994 - 2000
 

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the late 80s (years of Wrestlemania 1-6) and the attitude era for me
 
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