Some people call my optimism and reviews on RAW stupid. For example, I'm in the minority when I think DB feuding with Sheen is the second best thing for him right now (I still think he should have held the belt but hey). Also I was overjoyed with Ziggler losing to Riley. Little things like that push me in the minority at the moment, but I think there is plenty that WWE has given us in comparisons to recent years. Punk's title reign was viewed by many on here -- including me for a while -- as abysmal. Some compared it to a Cena reign, some couldn't even watch his segments. I personally think that was anger on how Punk could have been, and how he was wasted from MITB 2011 and after. Though to put his reign in the same sentence as Cena's reigns are unbelievable imo. Think back to 2009, would you have imagined the vanilla midget CM Punk and Daniel Bryan walking into Wrestlemania 28 as WWE and World Heavyweight champions? I would have laughed if you said that. During Punk's reign he has had feuds with Ziggler, Jericho AND Bryan and has provided some awesome matches. Is there anyone else you would have added above those three? Okay, his character was the main reason people were pissed. Sure, he was numbed down a bit but he still had that cocky type persona with his "best in the world" gimmick, something which always gets raped when WWE turn a character face. I think people over exaggerated on his "bad promos" with that character. Sure, there were no pipebombs but they weren't exactly borefests either on most occasions. Now this isn't just about Punk. Since that abysmal 2009-2010 period, we've had Rock return to have a dream match with Cena where we witnessed some awesome edgy back and forth and a result that most of the IWC fapped over, though I was not a fan of Rock going over Cena. We have also witnessed Brock Lesnar returning, which I never thought would happen so soon after his UFC career ended, where he entered into a feud with Cena which was fantastic until the 3 count which resulted in him losing. Generally speaking, the PPV match quality has drastically increased in WWE too. We have already witnessed some classics and we can only witness more when Dolph and Rhodes get their deserved pushes. The point I'm trying to make is, are some people (seriously, no one in particular so don't get mad Dolph's) picking out negatives for the sake of doing so? Are some people just seriously expecting too much in this modern product. I feel that compromising needs to happen. Sure, seeing a Hornswoggle segment sucks but I don't see why that deserves like 10 pages of hate in a discussion thread more than an epic Daniel Bryan segment. WWE is changing for the better and I will continue to say it can only get better from here on out. They have faith in who most of us want them to have faith in (Punk, Bryan, Ziggler), that has to be a good thing right? I can list a lot more positives too. Separate feuds are returning, there's quite a lot of non-title feuds happening at the moment. They seem to have ditched this "MUST GET THEM ON TV FAST" approach if they have real talent -- instead, they're nurturing them and waiting for opportunities like they are doing with Ambrose. NXT seems amazing, if it's a sign of the future WWE than fan-fucking-tastic. What's your opinion on this anyway? Does there need to be a compromise? Do people seriously go on and focus hard on the negatives and disregard the positives? Am I just being stupid and over-thinking? I'll tell you one thing though, my method, my mindset on WWE makes me sit down most weeks now and enjoy the show. And no it's not me "putting up with shit", it's just looking at things differently.