I've been noticing this for a while ... It is something that I feel is a simple thing but makes big difference in the overall presentation of the shwow of pro wrestling and it comes down to: After the Pin Selling ... or lack thereof! Just watch last Monday Night Raw USA vs International match and you'll clearly see what issue I'm talking about. And it isn't just in multi-man elimination matches it is even in singles matches after a pin fall. Here's what often happens: Opponent get hit by what they want us fans to believe is a knock-out finishing move like a Brogue Kick or a Chokeslam and it puts them out for a 3-count ... but A SECOND LATER this same person who was "knocked out" is quickly able to roll out of the ring. To me this is a error in selling and error that hurts the already very low suspension of disbelief we are supposed to have of wrestling. I'm not blaming anyone particularly because virtually EVERY wrestler in WWE does this to varying degrees. Obviously it is someone in the back who doesn't care about this issue and thinks it is fine. But as a person watching, if I see someone hit with, for example and Brogue Kick, which is supposed to be a hard kick to the head and then they are down for a 3-count but ONE SECOND later they can roll out ... I think "Well, how is that a finishing move if the person can just roll one second later?" And look, I AM NOT ASKING FOR MUCH. ALL I would ask for is that after a big impact Finishing Move that the opponent spends FIVE SECONDS selling hurt/dazed in the place they got pinned and then slowly roll out. That's all I'm asking. Those FIVE seconds of selling, I think, would do wonders for helping legitimize the impact of a Finishing Move. What do you think? Selling after a Pin is okay? Good? Or should be improved? By the way, I say this is an issue I'd like to see improved but I have absolutely no confidence that it will be addressed any time soon.