In the last two years or so, I've become a HUGE deathmatch head. BJW, FREEDOMS and CZW, I really enjoy watching those feds, especially BJW. All those feds have a perfect match-card MO: one or two semi-comedy matches, two or three regular matches, one or two hardcore matches, and one or two BIG deathmatches.
Big deathmatch fan right here. I'll always defend it against people who call it garbage wrestling. Unfortunately with guys like Spidar Boodrow and Jimmy Feltcher running around it can get hard.
Basically I agree with everything sXeMope said.
You should go see joshi or shoot style wrestling live. Those two are always really fun and shoot style is even better when you are up close. I went to a Queen Bee show in japan a few years ago and had the most fun there. Chihiro Oikawa got her nose busted open by a kick and the blood shot two rows deep. That was so stiff and awesome.
I was a Joshimania when it came to Philly and that was pretty awesome. I saw Aja Kong wrestle SDR from the front row.
I've seen some shoot style stuff in person but not much. I think the closest I saw was TJP vs. Munenori Sawa at Evolve 1. But I've been to a bunch of indy shows, sat ringside, and saw some insanely stiff matches. I've never been to a full shoo style wrestling card live because I've frankly never had the opportunity but if I do ever the get chance I will be checking something like that out for sure.
Really there isn't a style of wrestle that I wouldn't want to go and see live. I don't think there is any style out there that I can really say I dislike.
The only one that I really know nothing about and have no experience with is Lucha.