WWE: 10 Superstars Forgotten from the Attitude Era

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WWE: 10 Superstars Forgotten from the Attitude Era

The Attitude Era was probably the most favorite era in the time of professional wrestling for most of the readers on this site. If you're somebody who is anywhere from the ages of 18-30 and a fan of wrestling, chances are you became a fan of wrestling during this era.

The Attitude Era was a once in a generation era that will probably never be replicated again, no matter how much we want it to be replicated again.

It not only featured the WCW vs. WWE rivalry that spurred the Attitude Era, but the characters in the fold at the time, the Austin 3:16 moniker, the Brahma Bull, Mankind/Dude Love/Cactus Jack, the Ministry Undertaker, the Cerebral Assassin HHH, etc.

Those characters/wrestlers are remembered 10 years after the Attitude Era ended. Their faces, their characters, their moments are forever entrenched in WWE fans' minds, even those that weren't fans back then, and for some, weren't even alive back then.

However, there were also many wrestlers of the famed Attitude Era that contributed to the peak success that the WWE experienced at the time, but, have been somewhat forgotten as time has wore on.

These wrestlers were superstars featured on the PPV cards, in the regular storylines, but don't get the same recognition that the previous superstars named, have gotten in DVD's, documentaries, flashbacks etc.

This article pays tribute to those forgotten from the Attitude Era:

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