The Most Dramatic Divas in WWE's Attitude Era

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The Most Dramatic Divas in WWE's Attitude Era

World Wrestling Entertainment's Attitude Era was a magical time for fans who were lucky enough to experience it.

The characters were fresh and original, the storylines were exciting, and Monday Night Raw featured a breakneck pace that persuaded viewers to sit the remote down, kick back and enjoy the show. Superstars such "Stone Cold" Steve Austin, The Rock, The Undertaker, Kane and Mankind made Vince McMahon's flagship show destination programming and lifted the company to its greatest heights, both financially and creatively.

The edginess, profanity, boundary-pushing comedy and unprecedented violence were integral parts of programming during that critically acclaimed period in WWE history. Equally as important was the sex appeal of the company's female talent.

With an audience full of testosterone-fueled 18- to 35-year-old men, it was only natural for the company to highlight the incredibly sexy women it had under its employment. Some were treated simply as eye candy, while others developed into valuable parts in the WWE machine.

Now, some 15 years after the height of the greatest period in wrestling history, relive the most important, infamous, notorious and dramatic Divas of the Attitude Era.


*For the purposes of this list, the Attitude Era is recognized as starting at the 1997 Survivor Series and ending at WrestleMania X-Seven.

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