WWE: Could 2011 Be One Of The Greatest Years In The WWE Post The Attitude Era?

Ricky AKA The JokerCorrespondent ISeptember 22, 2011

DURBAN, SOUTH AFRICA - JULY 08:  Alberto Del Rio, Mark Henry and  Christian during the WWE Smackdown Live Tour at Westridge Park Tennis Stadium on July 08, 2011 in Durban, South Africa.  (Photo by Steve Haag/Gallo Images/Getty Images)
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I've been thinking and I've finally come to the conclusion that 2011 so far has been one of the greatest years in the WWE post the great Attitude Era.

Don't believe me?

Look at everything we've witnessed within the past 9 months.

Christian won 2 World Heavyweight Championships and went from being a mid-carder face to a main-event heel.

Daniel Bryan won the 2011 Money In The Bank and could very likely cash it in on the grandest stage of them all, Wrestlemania.

R-Truth completely changed his gimmick from a dancing rapper to a psychotic heel that believes that there is a conspiracy against him.

Mark Henry finally proved to everyone that he can win the World Heavyweight Champion after 15 years of hard-work and dedication.

The Rock finally returned to the WWE and hosted Wrestlemania 27 and has a block-buster match with John Cena at Wrestlemania 28.

WWE's attempting to rebuild the tag team division and from that came the high-flying team of Air-Boom.

CM Punk went from being one of the most underutilized superstars on the roster to one of the most popular main-eventers in the WWE right now.

Now think about it guys, did we ever imagine that guys like CM Punk, R-Truth, Mark Henry, and Christian would be at the top spot they're at right now back in 2010?

Who would've thought that a guy like Daniel Bryan would win the Money In The Bank briefcase?

Lastly, who would of thought that The Rock would ever return to a WWE ring and that too to wrestle John Cena on the grandest stage of them all?

Yeah, 2011 has been an awesome year in the WWE so far, and why you ask?

Because WWE is finally listening to the fans and utilizing wrestlers to their best of their abilities.

Now don't get me wrong, there's still a million things WWE could do to make better programming and not waste talent, but you have to admit, WWE's changing and that too for the better.

The best part is, the year isn't over yet and there are still many things to look forward to such as The Rock wrestling at Survivor Series or this entire conspiracy angle with Triple H, R-Truth, and The Miz.

So, are you guys with me?

Do you agree with me and feel 2011 has been a great year so far?

Do you disagree with me and feel 2011 has been a crappy year so far?

Feel free to leave your opinion on the comment box below.

Update: You guys keep commenting saying it wasn't the greatest year post the attitude era, but please read the title. I'm not saying it could be the greatest year post the attitude era, I'm saying it could be one of the greatest years post the attitude era .

Anyways, that's it for now, until next time, peace.