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top 10 amazing but dark wwe stories of the 1990s
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Pro wrestling and pop culture as a whole went through a transition period in the 1990s. Good guys and bad guys seemed cliché and as a result dark and controversial storylines were in. Anti-heroes became the default hero template and everything had to be more gritty, violent and sexual than ever before.
Pro wrestling definitely felt this change in a big way. While most major federations in the 1980s were family friendly and cartoonish at times, the 1990s were a time of pushing the envelope to the highest degree. These angles would never see the light of day in modern wrestling, so enjoy them now as we count the 10 darkest wrestling storylines of the 90s.
Intro: Pro wrestling and pop culture as a whole went through a transition period in the 1990s. Good guys and bad guys seemed cliché and as a result dark and controversial storylines permeated through movies, comic books and yes, pro wrestling. These angles would never see the light of day in modern wrestling, so enjoy them now as we count the 10 darkest wrestling storylines of the 90s.

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43 COMMENTS

  1. Pretty sure Pillman's got a gun actually ended w/ a gunshot. It's possible they've edited it since, but when it aired I'm almost positive there was a shot heard when the cameras went dark.

  2. Man, there is always SOMETHING wrong with these videos! Lol

    10 WWE Wrestling Storylines of the 90's Too dark for TV…even though 3 of these storylines didn't happen in WWE AT ALL!

  3. Here's two dark moments when i think about WWE
    when undertaker hanged big boss man in hell in the cell and another one was in ECW it was Tommy dreamer vs sandman and sandman had a cigarette in his mouth and dreamer hit it back Into his face

  4. These story lines is what actually made wrestling great. WWE now is so kiddish, feminized and homogenized. It no long invokes emotions from the fans, it's now just a t.v. snow you watch for 3-5 hours a week just to kill time. WWE isn't as captivating as the early WWE/WWF days.

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