WWE: 10 Stupid Risque Angles That Make the PG Era Seem a Lot Better

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WWE: 10 Stupid Risque Angles That Make the PG Era Seem a Lot Better

As a wrestling community, we tend to adore the Attitude Era and constantly over-analyze ways in which the PG Era can never measure up.

But perhaps we are engaging in a bit of historical revisionism. Has the passing of time clouded our judgment and erased our sour memories? 

Nostalgic longings should not cause us to completely revise the past. 

The truth is, the lenient Broadcast Standards and Practices the WWE observed during the Attitude Era sometimes gave the company just a little too much freedom. 

Sure, the violence, foul language and over-the-top sexuality provided consistent entertainment most of the time, but the TV-14 banner didn't automatically mean the WWE was incapable of idiocy. 

Here are the 10 most vile, offensive and disgusting angles from the late 1990s and early 2000s that make us appreciate the somewhat higher moral standard the WWE operates under in today's PG Era.

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