It seems that everyone wants to see Attitude Era replace the PG Era in WWE.
However, the sports entertainment company has remained true to their habits and has not brought a more daring product.
Despite the fact that it has been almost a year since we saw WWE Hall of Famer Mick Foley on WWE TV, he continues to pay attention to his product.
Foley was presented as the new General Manager of Monday Night RAW after the division of the WWE brand in July 2016. Foley and Stephanie McMahon came together to select several Superstars in order to carry out Monday Night the best that can.
However, after several months, Foley was excluded from WWE TV to undergo major hip surgery that he needed.
As a result of this, WWE President Vince McMahon thought it would be a great idea to bring former WWE Champion Kurt Angle back to serve as his replacement.
WWE officers prepare for a special episode of Monday Night Raw.
In January 2018, WWE will celebrate the 25th anniversary of the launch of Monday Night Raw.
The sports entertainment company will hold a special edition of the show on January 12, 2018 and will be held in Brooklyn, New York, at the Barclays Center (near the Manhattan Center, which received the first Raw).
In addition, WWE will launch the 25th anniversary of the unprocessed DVD set. He debuted on January 11, 1993 on the US network and, since then, has been considered the flagship program of the WWE.
Foley recently spoke with NBC News to promote Raw’s 25th anniversary. During the interview, he explained why WWE can not recover the Age of Attitude. Here is what I had to say:
“Well, that’s more of a social change, I do not think we can go back in. I think WWE did what they had to do to be more successful than ever on a global level.
I’d love to say, ‘Hey, things were a lot better in my time,’ but the company just got its biggest profit.
They knew we were in a wave, so you can let the wave slow down and complain about how things used to be, or move forward in every possible area and that’s what they did.
So I would say that, globally, superstars are just as big, if not bigger, with the exception of what you know, a Rock or a Stone Cold. I think they are doing well. “