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Info on "Attitude Week" this week on the WWE Network

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In conjunction with the launch of the new original series, The Monday Night War, WWE Network's Attitude Week features 10 of the most outrageously entertaining episodes of Monday Night Raw from the Attitude Era. Relive iconic moments — including when Triple H took over DX, "Stone Cold" Steve Austin fought Mr. McMahon with one arm tied behind his back and the shocking debut of Chris Jericho. These Monday Night Raw moments led to exciting conflicts in pay-per-view matches, featured immediately after each Raw in a special action-capping Video Vault segment hosted by Renee Young.

MON., SEPT. 1
WCW Monday Nitro - 11:06 p.m. ET
The biggest stars of World Championship Wrestling are on hand to make history on the debut edition of WCW Monday Nitro from the Mall of America in Minneapolis, Minnesota!

TUES., SEPT. 2
The Monday Night War: A New D-Generation – 9/8 CT
Fed up with life on the losing end of Monday night ratings, Shawn Michaels and Triple H look to buck tradition and make WWE's flagship show a more contemporary, realistic product.

Beyond the Ring: Attitude Era – 10/9 CT
Bust out your Austin 3:16 shirt, strike a 5-second pose, heat up a delicious slice of pie and countdown to Y2J all over again with The Attitude Era.

WED., SEPT. 3
Attitude Era Raw – 8/7 CT
The Austin Era officially begins as "Stone Cold" shows Mr. McMahon what kind of WWE Champion he is. Plus, Triple H takes over and restructures DX. Followed by Video Vault: Unforgiven 1998 (part 1).

Attitude Era Raw – 10/9 CT
WWE Champion "Stone Cold" Steve Austin battles Mr. McMahon for the first time in a main event that turned the tide in the Monday Night Wars. Followed by Video Vault: Unforgiven 1998 (part 2).

Attitude Era Raw – Midnight ET /11PM CT
DX makes history when they take the war to WCW's doorstep. "Stone Cold" Steve Austin's rivalry with Mr. McMahon gains momentum. Followed by Video Vault: Over the Edge 1998.

THURS., SEPT. 4
Attitude Era Raw – Midnight ET /11PM CT
While Mr. McMahon recuperates in the hospital, he is surprised by some unwanted visitors, plus, The Rock battles The Undertaker in the main event. Followed by Video Vault: Judgment Day 1998.

FRI., SEPT. 5
Attitude Era Raw – 8/7 CT
"Stone Cold" journeys into the darkness as The Undertaker prepares the ultimate sacrifice, and WWE Commissioner Shawn Michaels turns the tables on DX. Followed by Video Vault: Rock Bottom 1998.

Attitude Era Raw – 10/9 CT
Mankind cements the legacy of Mrs. Foley's Baby Boy as he battles The Rock for the WWE Championship in a main event that made history. Followed by Video Vault: St. Valentine's Day Massacre 1999.

Attitude Era Raw – Midnight ET /11PM CT
"Stone Cold" Steve Austin travels The Road to WrestleMania in a beer truck and offers The Corporation a toast. Followed by Video Vault: WrestleMania 15.

SAT., SEPT. 6
Attitude Era Raw – 8/7 CT
The Rock finds out that rattlesnakes die hard as he prepares to lead a funeral for the career of "Stone Cold" Steve Austin. Followed by Video Vault: Backlash 1999.

Attitude Era Raw – 10/9 CT
WWE Commissioner Shawn Michaels shakes things up by signing some unique matches, including a highly controversial Six-Man Tag Team main event. Followed by Video Vault: No Mercy 1999.

Attitude Era Raw – Midnight ET /11PM CT
The Millennium comes early with the shocking WWE debut of a new Superstar, Gov. Jesse Ventura finally returns to WWE and much more. Followed by Video Vault: Armageddon 1999.