Discussion Emerged in WWE About Bringing Back an Attitude Era Stable a Couple of Years Ago

Discussion Emerged in WWE About Bringing Back an Attitude Era Stable a Couple of Years Ago

Many people fondly recall their memories of the Attitude time period in WWE since it was an enormous rise in the popularity of the company and also produced many stars. WWE wrestlers such as The Rock, Steve Austin, Triple H, Mankind, Kane, Chris Jericho, Kurt Angle, and many more were famous names. There were many notable factions, whether it is The Nation Of Domination, DX, The Brood, and more.

The group

The Brood stable was one which was in existence from 1998 to 1999 and involved Adam Copeland, aka Edge, Christian, and Gangrel. It was a gimmick for vampires in a group. Through Edge’s newest appearance in WWE Edge would bring back the infamous Brood entrance.

On Not Sam, Copeland revealed the initial concept for Judgment Day, which originally included Copeland himself, Damian Priest, and Rhea Ripley was to be similar to the Brood. This changed after the introduction Finn Balor. Finn Balor.

New Brood

Copeland remembers that the first idea of Judgment Day was underutilized talents that he believed could be utilized better then they actually were.

“Rhea Ripley is a star and Damian Priest is a star and Finn Balor’s a star. So initially, it was brought to me like, ‘Hey, we want to kind of start a New Brood,’ or something that feels somewhat like that. I’m like, ‘Who would it be?’ I was like, ‘Ripley and Priest.’ ‘Well, we want it go be four.’ So, it’s like.. Balor! Okay, well, then it was like, ‘We want somebody really huge.’ I was like, okay.. all right.. and then I got a text two weeks later. ‘How about Balor?’ I’m like, ‘Yep! amazing idea.’ [Laughing]”

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