|This continues until 1993. In 1993, Hogan left the WWF after the steroid scandal, because that Vince McMahon was forced (at least formally) to abandon the post of president of WWF in favor of his wife Linda. The main stars are WWF Bret Hart, Shawn Michaels, Undertaker, "Razor" and Diesel. At the same time, Hulk Hogan and Randy Savage become major stars another big WWE - WCW. Soon, Kevin Nash and Scott Hall go to WCW as well, forming a group with Hogan - "New World Order". It is a period of "Monday Night Wars" between the two shows – "Monday Night RAW" from the WWF and WCW’s "Monday Nitro", which together battled for "Nielsen ratings" to go to the prime-time U.S. national television area. Because of "Monday Night Wars", WWF gets into a crisis. It is because there is an event such as "The Montreal fiasco", after it Bret Hart leaves WWF.
The official beginning of an Attitude era is March 29, 1998, when Steve Austin defeated Shawn Michaels at WrestleMania XIV, winning the world title in the WWF Heavyweight Championship. Stories and games in the WWF becoming more violent and dramatic, it makes the audience feel for his characters. All this is done to ensure that WWF could confidently compete with WCW. The main story was the era of confrontation Attitude Steve Austin and Vince McMahon. April 13, 1998 Austin and McMahon in the ring for the first time come together in a match 1 on 1. On this day, RAW Ratings beats Nitro, the first time over 2 years.
March 23, 2001 Shane McMahon - Vince McMahon's son - bought WCW, and on 26 March was the last issue of Nitro, which was launched with the theme, "Invasion" stars in WCW and ECW WWF.|