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WWE History: 5 groups that were the highlight of the Attitude Era

Amit Shukla
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Break it Down
Break it Down

The Attitude Era was a time when things weren't PG as they are now. We had the most awkward segments, from some issues on TV, to some acts that were totally out of line and not for public viewing.

The language was good for adults, and so were the segments. This is a time still fresh in the memories of viewers from the era. It was a time when tag team action was way more entertaining than it is in the PG era.

From some left out teams in today's era, to some getting repeated shots, the teams in the Attitude Era made the day and entertained fans with their content and their way of storytelling.

There are some teams that are in the memories of wrestling or WWE fans and are still loved for their content during the era. So without further ado, let's discuss some of them in this article.


#5 nWo

A team of destruction
A team of destruction

This was the most controversial group in WCW and WWE and was loved for their ways of creating compelling television. The team originally consisted of "Hollywood" Hulk Hogan, Scott Hall, and Kevin Nash.

They had fights with the best teams in the business and went above and beyond to provide good quality content for the audience. Their work was so good that at times, they were loved despite being heels.

Their fights with the likes of Stone Cold Steve Austin and others made way for compelling television experience. Over the years they have been a force to be reckoned with and were also a part of the match between Sting and Triple H at WrestleMania 31.

While the team hardly makes appearances these days, they are still one of the most loved teams. Along with the aforementioned, the members had great individual careers as well. Some of them have become a part of the WWE Hall Of Fame, while some others wait for their turn to be in the prestigious group.

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