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It’s famous for a reason. There have been several different eras throughout the history of wrestling and some of those times are better known than others. Some of them are easily identifiable by a single word, with one of the most famous of WWE’s history being “Attitude”. The period of the late 1990s to early 2000s is still talked about today, but now we can see something we probably haven’t before.

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WWE Hall Of Famer Kurt Angle has released a rare video from an Attitude Era WWE live event. The clip features Triple H, Chris Benoit, The Rock, Steve Austin, Rikishi and Angle in a six way test of strength before a fight breaks out. While Angle did not give a date for the show, according to, the only time these six were together in a non-televised match was October 29, 2000 in Buffalo, New York.

That’s rather cool. Check out what happened in the match, plus some more of these wrestlers in action:

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Opinion: This is one of those rare things that you do not see released very often and it is still awesome to see. I can’t imagine how many of these clips exist that have not seen the light of day in twenty or more years but it is quite the treasure trove of wrestling history. It’s very cool for Angle to release something like this as you never know how long it might be before anything else like it is out there.

What do you think of the clip? What unseen wrestling moment would you like to see most? Let us know in the comments below.

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