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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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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