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Old 24 Jul 2011, 08:25 PM   #1 (permalink)
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i think each brand will get they own anti-hero and what in you mind what will happen















i think CM Punk will be the Top guy if John Cena doesn't go heel Christian will be popular















The tag team and divas division will be good again and a fraction will be like DX
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Old 24 Jul 2011, 08:38 PM   #3 (permalink)
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how can it go back to attitube era with out GREAT wrestlers in ring and on the mic?















stop living in the past
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I agree with the Ric Flair guy, anyway if they did bring it back i doubt they would have 2 brands still.
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Where's your father? i haven't seen him for over an hour.















































He said he was getting a pint of milk...hm? He's cheating on me, isn't he!?















NO!
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They can't go back to an era, that's impossible since it's an era. Also they wouldn't bring it back, they aren't competing with WCW anymore.
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The Attitude Era can't be brought back. It's GONE. But a brand new era other than the one we've had the past few years can be created, and I think that's where we're headed right now.
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