Will WWE ever go back to TV-14?

Will WWE ever go back to TV-14?

Will WWE ever go back to TV-14?

It sounds like it would be an easy solution to just go back to TV-14, but there are a lot of reasons why that’s not going to happen anytime soon, if ever. When WWE was at its edgiest during the Attitude Era, a lot of advertisers looking to appeal to families didn’t want to be associated with the company.

Is WWE Raw TV-14?

Prior to 1997, WWF (WWE was known as the World Wrestling Federation until 2002) programming was rated TV-PG. Raw shifted to a TV-14 rating in 1997 amidst direct competition with World Championship Wrestling’s (WCW) flagship show Nitro during the Monday Night Wars. It remained with that rating until 2008.

Who won wrestlemania 14?

Stone Cold Steve Austin
In the main event, Stone Cold Steve Austin defeated Shawn Michaels to win the WWF Championship for the first time; Michaels performed despite a severe injury sustained during a match at the Royal Rumble and would not compete again until SummerSlam in 2002.

Will WWE bring back Attitude Era?

WWE: Why Triple H and Stephanie McMahon Will Never Bring Back the Attitude Era. Here’s the skinny: everyone knows WWE had an Attitude Era in the 1990’s. This Era was very successful and got WWE to a level they could never imagine. This much is true only because an edgier program had to be installed.

Is WWE TV-14 rated?

WWE Goes from PG Rating to TV-14.

Is WWE Rated PG 13?

The company’s official stance since then has been that WWE’s programs are all PG. However, this hasn’t always been true in practice. Some wrestlers have skirted the PG label in different ways: swearing, excessive violence and blood – all of which are clearly un-PG – have still been seen on regular WWE programming.

Will WWE stop being PG?

Vince McMahon: WWE Content Will Stay ‘PG,’ Won’t Revert to the Attitude Era’s ‘Gory Crap’ WWE Chairman Vince McMahon said that his wrestling content will stay “in a PG environment,” and that the company is not going back to what he called the “gory crap” of its famed “Attitude Era.”