WWE has ushered into various important eras with time, starting its renaissance from the golden era of wrestling, making its way through periods like the Attitude Era, Ruthless Aggression, PG-era, and Covid times, all the way to today’s modern wrestling landscape.

Following the end of the Covid period, WWE’s business experienced a major upward surge in terms of live viewership, attendance records, sponsorship deals, and more, revealed to be named the ‘Renaissance Era’ by one of its biggest stars, Cody Rhodes.

During recent interview with Fox News Digital, The American Nightmare clearly stated that today’s WWE era has transcended the iconic Attitude Era in terms of business in the last two years, stepping away from the success of the era’s shadow.

“I’ve heard it coined as the Renaissance Era, and I really like that outlook on it. For me, as a wrestler, I’m most excited that we no longer have to stand in the shadow of the Attitude Era because of the last two years we’ve done better business than they ever did — and they did exceptional, unbelievable, amazing business. I’m only making comparisons on a black and white level, dollars and cents, in terms of what WWE’s been able to do over the last two years.


The Attitude Era brought life to some of the most remarkable WWE superstar personas like Stone Cold Steve Austin, The Undertaker, Kane, Triple H, and even Cody Rhodes’ current rival on the road to WrestleMania 40, The Final Boss, The Rock.

With WWE already touching unprecedented heights like never before and WrestleMania on the horizon, the management can surely expect business to make huge numbers continuing its tremendous success and possibly cementing its place as one of the greatest WWE eras of all time.

What are your thoughts on Cody Rhodes putting the current WWE generation above the Attitude Era? Sound off in the comments!

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