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#1 2021-03-22 17:16:22

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WWE going to NBC? Well Attitude will continue to stay dead... sorry...

If you're expecting the TV-14 rating to ever return to WWE one day, don't get your hopes up now since WWE has gone all NBC. Y'all know that NBC is a family friendly network and once WWE moves there, WWE will continue to stay family friendly... probably for a long ass time.

Sorry but I don't think you'll ever see the return of "edgy" wrestling. Y'all wanna see women with T&A, hardcore wrestling, matches with lots of blood and all that stuff we used to see? Well go watch AEW 'cause they give you all that. You'll never see this stuff in WWE ever again sorry to say.

NBC accepted WWE 'cause they probably loved how family friendly they are now. Maybe WWE moving to NBC is a good move 'cause it could help WWE get an even bigger audience. The standalone WWE Network streaming service probably isn't getting anywhere, low on subscribers.

WWE will never get Attitude back 'cause if they ever did it, they would probably lose NBC.

RAW continues to stay on USA TV... and Smackdown continues to stay on FOX. Don't be surprised that one day RAW, NXT and SD could get moved to NBC network if the WWE Network move there is successful.

WWE had some history with NBC in the past 'cause in 2001, they aired the old XFL. Seems like NBC and Vince McMahon always had a great relationship together.

Just wanted to let you know that Attitude in WWE will remain dead, won't be coming back for a long time to come... probably forever.

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#2 2021-03-22 20:53:30

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Re: WWE going to NBC? Well Attitude will continue to stay dead... sorry...

The attitude era ever being repeated is a pipe dream, always has been. I get that everyone wants to remember the great parts of the attitude era but a good portion of it was also extremely cringe, and things that were okay then wouldn’t fly in now.

They’ll drop the occasional ‘bitch’ and have someone bleed a bit time to time but the dream of having anything remotely close to the attitude era has been dead long before WWE had this deal with Peacock.

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#3 2021-03-23 08:07:24

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Re: WWE going to NBC? Well Attitude will continue to stay dead... sorry...

I'll have to agree with you that some of the Attitude Era were pretty bad. Not all of it was bad. Some of it was pretty amazing stuff and some horrible like Trish & Vince, Perry Saturn's Moppy, Big Show's Dad and Mae Young giving birth to a hand... perfect examples.

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#4 2021-03-23 13:00:13

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Re: WWE going to NBC? Well Attitude will continue to stay dead... sorry...

WWE can never return to the attitude era. It's impossible with how everyone today are sensitive snowflakes.

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#5 2021-03-23 19:39:03

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Re: WWE going to NBC? Well Attitude will continue to stay dead... sorry...

You can never go back. Much like you can’t go back to the 90s, 80s, 70s etc. The Attitude Era was as much a reflection and extension of society at the time as it was a “creation” - those boom periods aren’t just created they materialise over time, and neither are they as lucrative as you may think for a company such as WWE to want to go back. WWE makes more money now and is seen in far more homes. They don’t need to go back, even if they could.

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#6 2021-03-25 00:51:57

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Re: WWE going to NBC? Well Attitude will continue to stay dead... sorry...

I don't think NBC would air WWE other then specials...  They haven't aired many in the past few years anyways... 
Anyhow WWE will never  go back to another time period, but they can create a new era/ embrace the current era...

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