"Parents can bring there children to come and watch and unless you have kid’s or have nephews and nieces who enjoy wrestling, you will never know what it feels like to actually have them there enjoying the same thing that you have when you were a kid." i went to any show that was here on the west coast, so i was there not only before the attitude era, but also during. was still somewhat of a kid myself then too. Was at the "In Your House: Rock Bottom" even, Live in Vancouver. and almost every adult had a kid with them. there is nothing that went on during the Attitude Era that isn't on regular TV anyway. and yes, Rock/Austin did say their catchphrases in every promo, but thats because it's a catchphrase, you're supposed to do that, thats what sells the T-shirts with it on it. but they went beyond those "few lines" did you see the rock interviewed by Kevin Kelly? or by coach? it didnt matter who was interviewing him, there was always something different about them included in the promo, for whoever he was up against, be it 1,2,3 or even 4 guys, he would say something wild and over the top about them. i can remember one promo where he ripped into Kane, 'Taker, Austin, and a few others. in one word. "FINALLY" the crowd would go NUTS, be it as a Heel, OR a face. one word. yes i'll agree, a lot of the lines WERE over used, but there was also new stuff thrown in there each different night. but i think there was a 2 or 3 week period where Cena came out and did the "this is my life, this is all i got" promo, word for word. yes, the peoples elbow was cheezy, funny cheezy, but now are you going to defend the "5 knuckle shuffle" because it's the same move, but a little more cheezy. when they add some more flare to Cena, im tellin you that a lot of people will turn and say he aint as bad as before. Go to youtube. type in "The Rock's funniest moments" or Austin, hell, even DX. see how many results you get. now do the same for Cena, and almost all the ones you get are from his Rap gimmic.