WWE in the 1990s: The Most Important Decade In The Company's History?

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WWE in the 1990s: The Most Important Decade In The Company's History?
The Rock, Big Show, The Undertaker, Triple H, Mankind and Steve Austin.

We all agree that the 1980s was the decade in which WWE was put on the map by Vince McMahon and Hulk Hogan, with the help of many others in their shadow.

In the 1990s, the company was riding a roller-coaster, with many highs and lows.

There were many crucial historic moments. Many events contributed to the important transition between the explosion of the '80s and the permanent establishment of the company in the 2000s.

There were also many flops and WWE even reached such a low level that they were on the edge of bankruptcy at some point. But they learned from their mistakes and re-emerged stronger than ever with the Attitude Era.

So, with no more introduction, let's see what made the 1990s such an important decade in WWE history.

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