As exciting as a lot of the Attitude Era moments were along with the legends that they've produced(Stone Cold, The Rock, Mick Foley, etc.), I kinda thought the Attitude Era was a bit overrated at a wrestling skill aspect. There were far more edgy segments than there were wrestling matches. Most of the times, the Attitude Era felt more like another Jerry Springer or Steve Wilkos-like show(the type of TV shows that I greatly despise to watch and am appalled that these shows still even exist today because of the stupidity behind these TV shows along with it's followers). The obvious reasons that many people greatly loved and worshipped the Attitude Era was rather because of the edginess, profanity, blood, violence and sex alone rather than at least some of the wrestling skills and matches. Kinda like how some people only enjoy watching a sport like boxing strictly for the blood and slugfest/brawling rather than the technical boxing skills(defense, agility, footwork and counter-punching). People often blame the PG-ratings for the reasons why the WWE has gone downhill recently when the WWE has always been PG before the Attitude Era(The Golden era with the likes of Hogan, Taker, HBK, etc.). It's rather the half-assed scripted storylines from mediocre storywriters rather than the PG rating itself that harmed the WWE's fan base recently. My opinion may sound a little unpopular but there's a reason why I actually preferred the Ruthless Agression Era slightly over the Attitude Era and that reason is because they've actually balanced the two different styles of wrestling entertainment(maintaining some of it's edginess that they remained since the AE and mixed it with longer and more wrestling matches that the AE has ever had). What do you think?