Re: Wrestling Sections = Ridiculous and full of dried up cum
There's two sides of pro wrestling.
On one hand, it's close contact with the crowd, complex storytelling and some impressive physical skill.
On the other hand, it's making money by putting on a fake fight.
Indy and japanese wrestlers put more emphasis on the first part, WWE puts more emphasis on the second part.
They both have their audience and they both exist in the same world with wrestlers jumping from one to the other because they understand that you can't have both sides at the same time and you need to decide which one is more important.
It's only the fans that take this diehard attitude and start wars with each other over which is "better" or which is "real" pro wrestling.
That's all there is to it.
All that being said, the reason the main wrestling sections are full of rubbish threads and posts while "other wrestling" is somewhat better off is because of simple management principles.
As a group gets bigger, conversation gets better until you hit an optimum number. Then as the groups gets bigger and bigger, the conversation breaks down and everything gets lost in the shuffle.
"Other Wrestling" has far fewer people, hence why the conversation is more structured, as opposed to the chaos of the WWE sections.