5 Ways WWE Has Improved Since the Attitude Era

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5 Ways WWE Has Improved Since the Attitude Era
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PG programming can't be all bad.

Over the years, the WWE has gone through several drastic shifts in tone and content with their TV shows.

To the dismay of many fans, the current product has been tamer than anything seen since the early 90s.

Because of these changes, many longtime fans can’t help but compare it to the times that WWE was an edgier product.

Namely, the Attitude Era is often brought up as the company’s crowning achievement from a pure entertainment standpoint.

This era though, is generally agreed to have ended around 2002.

We’re now 10 years removed from that time, and many fans still can’t help but compare the two eras.

Even WWE seems to remind us often, especially with THQ's WWE 13's marketing heavily focusing on the older product in favor of the new.

While there have definitely been a few ways that the WWE has changed for the worse since the Attitude years, they have moved in a positive direction in others. 

Here are the top five ways that the WWE has improved since the Attitude Era.

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