It's a relatively new trend for wrestling fans to be dissecting the business the way we do on the internet, let's not forget that fact. It was only really done anywhere near en masse were in the days of kayfabe when it wasn't just the business that was slightly underground, the fans were too - producing fanzines and only really coming together at shows. So really, it's just the way that this trend has developed and if you were never part of the kayfabe era, you probably can't understand it too much. And if you were part of that era, aka the "It's still real to me" guy, you really need to let it go - especially if you want to participate online and with any other fans at all, actually. In fact, it's a bit sad, like a person who grows up and is more attached to comic books than ever.