still has a point based on crowd reactions for a standard PPV match ten years ago compared to today.
Judgement 2002 - Rob Van Dam vs Eddie Guerrero - every pin attempt had the crowd buzzing despite a "smark" knowing the match wouldn't end there
compare that to todays PPV matches and then you'll notice the crowd is significantly quieter, if its a question of Van Dam and Guerrero being a bad example, even Billy & Chuck vs Rikishi & Rico had better pops than what we get today
maybe the passion is gone, maybe wrestling fans today know the formulas to matches and the behind the scenes stuff more than they should to enjoy the product or maybe todays guys just can't connect with fans as much
whatever it is (personally i believe its the second reason) there is definitely something missing from present day wrestling audiences