A prominent figure from today’s WWE has showered praise on the current roster, likening it to the legendary Attitude Era, which was undeniably one of the hottest periods in the company’s history.

The current WWE roster boasts a plethora of immensely popular talents, featuring names like Cody Rhodes, Jey Uso, LA Knight, and the recent additions of CM Punk and Randy Orton. This has led to a resurgence in WWE’s business, making it arguable that the roster is now at its most stacked in many years.

In response to a clip showcasing a Raw match featuring wrestling legends like The Rock, Steve Austin, Hulk Hogan, Kevin Nash, and Scott Hall, WWE producer Shane Helms took a moment to reminisce about his own experiences during that iconic era. He recalled the challenge of trying to make a name for himself amidst a roster that featured some of the biggest stars in the wrestling world.

However, Helms didn’t stop there. He drew a compelling parallel to the present day, asserting that the current WWE roster feels remarkably similar. In his view, many talents are hitting their strides simultaneously, much like the golden era he had the privilege of witnessing.


In a tweet, Helms expressed his sentiment: “Imagine trying to get over while a member of the most stacked roster of all time. Just about every major star in the biz was under one roof in this era. Wild times! To be honest, the current WWE roster feels similar, so many people hitting their strides at the same time. Love it!!”

It’s clear that he sees a spark of greatness in the current generation, akin to the historic Attitude Era.

Do you agree with WWE producer Shane Helms that the current WWE roster is reminiscent of the legendary Attitude Era in terms of talent and potential? Leave us a comment.

Steve Carrier

Steve is the Founder of RingsideNews. He has been writing about professional wrestling since 1996. He first got into website development at the time and has been focusing on bringing his readers the best professional wrestling news at it's highest quality.

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