Totally get what you're saying. It's just unfortunate these days that so many guys barely pay attention to long term selling to where it's such a pleasant surprise when you do find someone that does the job well.Kento's selling didn't bother me too much. But at this point I kind of expect wrestlers not consistently selling damage as the finish has really become the most "important" thing in these big matches.
I know the word important there is very contentious. But rather than poor selling hurting a match when I rate/value it, good selling helps a match. I know most won't agree though.