Now I love the community we have here, I have made some great friends and started seeing wrestling in a more 'scientific' way. Before WWEF I didn't know what a 'bump' 'smark' 'botch' was. I knew the product was manufactured of course but I had no real idea the news/rumours the community had access to. I've been thinking about this for a while, but figure I'd post it and see what you guys thought. Did the internet ruin pro wrestling? Or at least lessen it's enjoyment? We can find out about contracts/storylines/returns etc so easily nowadays (and they still manage to surprise us, good on them) which makes me wonder that if we didn't have access to that sort of info, the product would be more entertaining. The best recent example I can think of is Aj Styles vs Cena @ Summerslam. It was a good match, it had a lot of great spots (another word i picked up after joining WWEF) but at the back of my mind, I was pretty sure AJ would win. Why? because Cena had commitments elsewhere and we knew that beforehand. So even when Cena hit AA after AA, I knew AJ would kick out. It was more a matter of when and how AJ would win, than if AJ would win. So, yeah, wondering what you guys think, have the internet and wrestling communities like us, kinda ruined wrestling?