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Old 04-21-2017, 02:42 AM   #10
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Originally Posted by Bad News Gertner View Post
You can pretty much say that about every era. People grew out of the Hogan era like they did the Attitude era
True but with the Cena era those problems got worse the longer it went.

At least with Hogan's core, they didn't stop watching wrestling or being fans en masse so WWE always had a large pool of viewers to gain back. Also while the New Gen was pretty bad overall, it did help supply the new core and stars for the Attitude Era.

I'd argue Vince pretty much wrecked the WWE in the long run with how poorly stuff was handled post-Invasion and focusing everything solely on Cena at the cost of everything else. Left the WWE on shakier ground to transition Cena's core or build a new core for the next era than the New Gen era did.
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