In the past few weeks, I have tried to compare the WWE talent of today with the legendary rosters of yesteryear.
This yielded some interesting results, as the best the PG era has to offer compared unfavorably to the talent of the Attitude Era and the "Rock 'N Wrestling" era.
By popular demand, I have decided to continue this experiment with another WrestleMania that will be remembered as one of the classic pay-per-views: WrestleMania 14.
This has often been cited as the beginning of the "Attitude Era," with Mike Tyson acting as a special enforcer at the main event, and the passing of the torch from Shawn Michaels to Stone Cold Steve Austin.
This pay-per-view also featured the first WrestleMania match between Kane and the Undertaker, as well as victories for Triple H and The Rock.
WrestleMania 14 took place just as wrestling was about to hit its biggest boom period since the height of "Hulk-a-mania".
However, in the following slideshow, I will try and recreate the magic of WrestleMania 14 with the current WWE roster.