What if it was possible to transport our favorite WWE Superstars back to the infamous Attitude Era? Which current WWE Superstar would be able to survive the TV-14 mayhem? Which Attitude Era wrestlers would you want to see that Superstar feud with?
“WWE Attitude Era: Fantasy Feuds” is a series that takes a look at five potential rivalries that could have taken place if a current WWE Superstar had been performing during the Attitude Era.
The Attitude Era was never given an official time interval, but for the sake of the article, we will say it lasted from 1997 to 2001.
1. Active members of the WWE roster cannot be used as an Attitude Era Superstar, unless they have specific dates (1997-2001) assigned to them.
Example: The Rock and Kane are not eligible to be Attitude Era Superstars; however, The Rock (1998) and Kane (2000) are.
2. Superstars who are retired (like Edge) or currently compete in other major promotions (such as TNA) are eligible to be an Attitude Era Superstar.
3. If an Attitude Era Superstar has been featured in a previous article, they can still be used again in the future. But they cannot be featured in two successive articles.
The third rule will prevent a current WWE Superstar from feuding with all of the top/main event wrestlers from the Attitude Era and will create the potential for better feuds in future articles.
The third installment of "WWE Attitude Era: Fantasy Feuds" stars the Apex Predator, Randy Orton.