Originally Posted by Eric_the_Red
Sorry, but the glory days involved Hulk Hogan (pre-Hollywood), Andre the Giant, Roddy Piper, Brutus Beefcake, The Hart Foundation, The British Bulldogs, Junkyard Dog, Tito Santana, Randy Savage and more.
Back when it was the WWF and when WCW was the NWA, and they had the Four Horseman, Sting (pre-Crow), The Road Warriors, The Midnight Express, Nikita Koloff, Dusty Rhodes and Barry Windham.
Perhaps wrestling is like music, and many times it seems it was "the best" when we were growing up through it.
Yup, but the resurgence in the 90s when WCW got Hogan, Hall, Nash and the beginnings of the nWo and then the WWF countering with DX, that was a great period as well.
The funny thing is the nWo became so big as "da bad guys" they changed wrestling for a time. The babyfaces wanted no part of fighting them because they'd get booed and then everyone and their sister wanted to join so WCW really screwed themselves by making nWo too big and thus lost product. That was a mistake Vince McMahon never would of made (he makes minor mistakes all the time - I'm looking at you Red Rooster, the gooker, and Doink the Clown) but when he gets something hot he rides it and uses it to gets others over.