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Occurring between 1996 through 2002, the Attitude Era was a time of change in the WWE. Established WWE stars switched their allegiance to the company's chief rival WCW while new talent emerged and helped take professional wrestling to heights it had never seen before or since.

It was during the Attitude Era that two of the biggest names in sports entertainment emerged, "Stone Cold" Steve Austin and The Rock. Never before had wrestling seen two superstars of such a high magnitude compete at the same time with both in the prime of their careers. It was also during this time that one of the greatest feuds in the history of the business took place, Steve Austin versus Vince McMahon.

WWE's Attitude Era pushed the envelope to its limits with scantily clad women, unique story lines and memorable characters who fans love to this day.

WWE The Attitude Era is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (17 episodes). The series first aired on May 11, 1998.

Where do I stream WWE The Attitude Era online? WWE The Attitude Era is available for streaming on WWE, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch WWE The Attitude Era on demand at Google Play online.

1 Season, 17 Episodes
May 11, 1998
Documentary & Biography Sports
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  • Armageddon was the setting for one of the most brutal Hell in a Cell Matches in the long, illustrious history of the Devil's Playground. Would Undertaker have the home field advantage in his signature match, or would one of the other five brutal Superstars add a permanent bragging right to their career resume?

  • The Attitude Era's resident ladies man Val Venis hopes he is still intact to greet his harem after stepping into a steel cage with the massive Rikishi and his world famous rear end. Will the big Val-bowski suffer the stinkface or will he find a way to equalize the larger Superstar?

  • Two of the greatest athletes from the Attitude Era get together to continue their epic rivalry for the European title. With many battles for the WWE Championship still ahead for both of these Superstars, the hardcore fan will appreciate this rare gem when Y2J and Latino Heat were still fighting to make names for themselves in WWE.

  • The fighting Holly cousins were known for their perpetual fisticuffs both in and out of the ring. The innovation of the Hardcore Championship was tailor made for these fueding family members, and this clash on Raw was one of their signature scuffles in their rivalry for the title.

  • Several of the most colorful characters of The Attitude Era get together on SmackDown for tag team action. Would Too Cool prove too tough, or would the Godfather hop back aboard the infamous Hoe Train victorious?

  • It's a bizarre psuedo-mixed tag match as Stone Cold Steve Austin and legendary announcer Jim Ross look to stomp a mud hole in Triple H and his female DX cohort Chyna. With two of the toughest Superstars of all time paired with an announcer and a female Superstar, there is no telling who will prove to be the wild card in this wildly entertaining match up.

  • In one of the most revolutionary and sordid match concepts to come out of the Attitude Era, one team will emerge with the Tag Team Titles around their waist, while one will be buried alive! Which team will dodge the dirt, the legendary Rock & Sock Connection or the gigantic team of The Deadman and the World's Largest Athlete?

  • Two of the greatest WWE Champions of all time collide on Monday Night Raw in a match-up that reeks of pay-per-view. Austin has been guaranteed no interference from the vile Corporation, but with Paul Bearer lurking at ringside, other forms of treachery may be afoot.

  • What type of chaos will ensue when four of the most combustible personalities of all time pair up for a tag team clash? During an era when literally anything can and did happen, this rare classic is a must watch for anyone who grew up with The Attitude Era.

  • Before they were The Rock & Sock Connection, Mankind and The Rock were bitter enemies, and this classic pay-per-view clash added fuel to the fire. The brainchild of Mr McMahon, the Deadly Games tournament for the vacant WWE Championship stemmed from the Chairman's desire to screw Stone Cold Steve Austin out of the title. After outlasting several top Superstars, who would claim the most prestigious prize in WWE?

  • Held in the famed Madison Square Garden theater, a circular steel structure surrounds Owen Hart and legendary cross-over Superstar Ken Shamrock. Will the guidance of trainer Dan Severn be enough to help the Black Hart overcome a skilled mixed martial artist chained inside his natural environment?

  • A virtual who's who of Attitude Era greats all in the same ring in this whirlwind tag match featuring the unholy union of The Rattlesnake and The Deadman, two deranged masked Superstars and the People's Champ. With SummerSlam 1998 looming, can anyone truly be trusted? Which one of these teams will stick together long enough to walk out of Monday Night Raw with their hands raised?

  • In 1998, WWE held the ultimate tough guy tournament, pitting 16 of its most brutish Superstars in a single elimination, bracket style tournament known as Brawl For All. The "shoot style" format was a deviation from traditional sports entertainment, and while it had its detractors, it allowed several stars to showcase skills previously unknown to WWE fans. In this quarterfinal match, the eventual tournament winner begins to assert himself as the preeminent brawler in WWE

  • Sable was an original and of the most delicious Divas of all time, but could the wildcat hold her own in a controversial intergender match against the chauvenistic Marc Mero.

  • WWE Presents a Cure for the Common documentary, taking you back to a watershed period of ground-breaking transformation. An age when fearless outlaws ditched "saying their prayers and taking their vitamins" and instead opened up a can of whoop-ass and laid the SmackDown. A generation led by antiheroes ushered in by the fervent, sign-carrying masses. An era when PG stood for Puppies and Grapefruits, and any holier-than-though critics could simply join Mr. McMahon's most exclusive club - The Attitude Era. So tug on your worn out Austin 3:16 shirt from high school, strike a 5-second pose, heat up a delicious slice of pie and count down to Y2J all over again. This slobberknocker is packed with all the action that pushed censors to new limits, shattered cable TV ratings and crushed the WWE's competition like a Spanish announcer's table.