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Former WWE Referee Mike Chioda Talks Lax Rules During The Attitude Era

Posted By: Ben Jordan Kerin on Dec 05, 2021

Former WWE Referee Mike Chioda Talks Lax Rules During The Attitude Era

Former WWE referee Mike Chioda was asked during a recent Monday Mailbag show if the referees during The Attitude Era were instructed not to count wrestlers out when the action spilled outside the ring.

Here is what he revealed:

“That’s true,” Chioda said. “There was so much HAHA going on. When you had The Attitude Era, with Stone Cold doing his thing on the outside, and like with DX, there was a lot of HaHa being played in DX matches and stuff like that. The rules were kind of shaded a little bit out the door. The rules came back a little bit after that, in the mid-2000s, like maybe late-2000s the rules came back strong. There was a lot more leniency on the outside, a lot more leniency on the DQs.”

Chioda added, “There were a lot of nut shots and other things you saw. The Hardcore style was a lot more entertaining. When you’re trying to entertain more, your rules kind of fall out the window. When MMA became really big, Vince wanted to go with all the rules.”

 

Source: wrestlingnews.co
Tags: #wwe #mike chioda #attitude era

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