The 13 Greatest Things About WWE’s New Generation Era

With each passing mention of WWE’s ‘New Era’, which is said without shame several times per episode every Monday and Thursday night, it harkens back to a previous time WWE tried to aggressively promote a New Era. Back in 1992, the WWE roster went through a massive undertaking and ridded itself of many of the stars of the 80s for various reasons. Whether they were stars who just couldn’t cut the mustard anymore, didn’t fit Vince’s vision, or were synthetically enhanced; there were gaping holes and a bleak outlook for the future of the promotion.


While the likes of Hulk Hogan, Randy Savage, The Ultimate Warrior, and Ric Flair were no longer around, WWE developed a brand new nucleus built around Bret Hart, The Undertaker, and Shawn Michaels who each put away stalwarts of the previous era at WrestleMania VIII, when Roddy Piper, Jake ‘The Snake’ Roberts, and Tito Santana bowed in defeat to the aforementioned stars. Bret Hart would later win the WWE Championship in October ’92 from Ric Flair, but the era didn’t officially change over until the next summer which we’ll be looking at shortly.

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12 MAJOR Questions About The New WWE Brand Split

It’s finally here, WWE has decided to institute a brand split. Starting July 19th, the roster will be divided and SmackDown will be its own live show on Tuesday nights. This comes at a time when many Superstars will be returning from injuries, as WWE will look to further define their New Era. Nevertheless, there are several major questions and concerns about this new brand split.

The last time WWE engaged in splitting their roster, it never felt like a level playing field. No matter how good the wrestling was on SmackDown, it was always about Raw. Monday Night Raw is the flagship show and it will be interesting to see if WWE continues to refer to it as such. This new development brings not only superstars into question, but announcers, title belts, PPVs, and everyone’s favorite; the part-time wrestlers. Regardless of what side of this debate you fall on, whether you think the roster is fine the way it is or you would like to see a return to whatever 2002 through 2011 was, the news of this will affect how you choose to view wrestling from this point forward.

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9 All-Time Legends Who Were Never Ranked #1 In The #PWI500

Every year since 1991, Pro Wrestling Illustrated has released their list of the 500 best wrestlers in the world.

Over a one year evaluation period, PWI ranks wrestlers based on win-loss record, major feuds, championships held, quality of competition, wrestling ability, and overall activity within the wrestling industry. In it’s 25-year history, the list has shocked fans, excluded or rewarded wrestlers, and become one of the year’s biggest debates.

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8 Things That Doomed Seth Rollins WWE Title Reign From The Start



At WrestleMania 31, Seth Rollins cashed in his Money in the Bank contract and became the WWE World Heavyweight Champion in shocking fashion. During a better than expected clash between Brock Lesnar and Roman Reigns, Seth Rollins did the unthinkable by turning the brutal main event into a triple threat match, and made history in the process. Michael Cole declared his triumph to be “the heist of the century.” Little did we know, this was the zenith of Rollins run as the man in WWE.

The 15 Best #WWE Face VS Face Matches Ever

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As evidenced in some of the biggest matches of all-time, Pro Wrestling’s central narrative is the battle of Good vs. Evil. Matches such as Hulk Hogan vs. Andre The Giant, Ric Flair vs. Dusty Rhodes, and Stone Cold vs. Vince McMahon proved that a hero and villain competing for reasons based on moral disagreements, will always be a compelling story for an audience simply because spectators at large love to see malevolent people get what’s coming to them.

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