Let's be honest, the WWE has been pretty dull lately. The PG product has frustrated long-time fans for too long. In my opinion—and the opinion of many others, I'm sure—WWE has whitewashed their product for five years to protect the image of Linda McMahon. Well, $100 million (a record for personal campaign financing) and two losses later, it now appears Linda won't run again.
How that helps WWE is that they will no longer be looking to protect the image of a senatorial candidate, meaning WWE can now unleash its creative team.
With ratings as low as any time before the Monday Night Wars, the Attitude Era and the PG Era, Vince must know that something has to be done. Will WWE return to the storylines of some of the most exciting, highest-rated and most profitable eras in WWE history? Or will WWE continue to try to appeal to the nine-and-under demographic group, continuing to bleed viewers and alienate lifelong fans?
Only time will tell. But Linda McMahon's loss, and the recent storylines on WWE TV, lead me to believe some "Attitude" and "Aggression" might be returning to WWE.
One can only hope...