“Attitude Era Was Out of Control”: The Undertaker Gives Honest Opinion on WWE Reverting to TV-14

AUSTIN, TX – SEPTEMBER 07: WWE legend The Undertaker watches from the sideline during the game between the Texas Longhorns and the LSU Tigers at Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium on September 7, 2019 in Austin, Texas. (Photo by Tim Warner/Getty Images)

Thanks to its unfiltered and outrageous content, the Attitude Era of WWE saw its highest levels of popularity. With the help of talents like The Rock, The Undertaker, Steve Austin, Shawn Michaels, and many more, WWE created several legendary storylines. Thanks to relatively minimal restrictions, it provided legendary storylines, and the match’s intensity was much higher than it is now.

WWE moved to the PG rating, leaving its TV 14 status, which gave them the freedom to enforce fewer limitations. The WWE period produced enormous revenues since so many advertisers got involved since the content was family-friendly, despite the fact that the narrative wasn’t the best and viewership was declining.

WWE appears to be on the verge of giving up its PG rating and returning to a TV -14 rating. The announcement has undoubtedly delighted WWE fans, who were hoping for a return of old storylines.

The Undertaker, the company’s most loyal employee, is one of many WWE industry figures that expressed their thoughts on this news addition to fans.

What The Undertaker thinks about WWE dropping its PG rating

The Undertaker, who spent three decades in the company as one of the top WWE superstars, was a prominent figure in both eras. The WWE Hall of Famer recently paid a surprise visit to Comic-Con, a gathering of geeks and superfans from many fields.

Taker was questioned about the business impact of the WWE dropping the PG rating during the conference. Taker’s reply, “I think it’s a good move. With their main demographic is 18-34-year-old males. Done the way that WWE will do it, it will mean much more than just a random. Okay, we’re gonna use a cuss word because it’s gonna get a cheap pop.”

Moreover, he added, “WWE is smart, and hopefully, when they do. Maybe it’s a chance to touch that Attitude Era. right? because I mean, the Attitude Era was out of control, but it was such great, great TV. And we’re finally starting to get a talent roster now that knows how to use those kinds of tools. [H/T: SE Scoops]

Like the fans, Taker is thrilled about the WWE adopting The TV 14 rating since he believes it can now match the level of the attitude era.

TV-14 programming includes a number of themes that some parents may find unsuitable for children under the age of 14. The show may contain coarse language and other inappropriate content. However, many fans are excited about it and looking forward to watching the future contents.

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