But it's this never ending, ceaseless, constant barrage of criticism, complaints and flat out bitching over just about anything and everything that I think Goldust is responding to more than anything else. Even when fans SEEM to get what they want, it just goes on and on. Many fans and writers alike want Wrestler A to get a push, but start throwing their feces like chimps at the zoo if they don't agree with the mechanics of his push. Fans and writers alike say they want edgier content, yet take to social media to expand on their moral outrage if they get it. Many fans and writers praise stiffer shots and dangerous spots outside of WWE, but they'll rake WWE over the coals if they adopt it for not caring about the well being of the wrestlers. I'm a wrestling fan, have been for literally as long as I can remember, and even I get tired of the never ending negativity of fans who're never satisfied or even hold WWE to a completely different set of standards. That's not to say that some complaints aren't valid, because they are, but I think sometimes people are just criticizing because it's the norm for posting online. For every positive I read, it's not unusual to see 10 or 20 negatives and if people genuinely do claim to dislike the product so much, yet continue to watch and keep up with what's going on, then the stupidity is astounding as there are so many other interests people can devote their time to. There are so many choices for entertainment available these days that I just don't buy into the argument of fans watching out of habit, I think it's meant more as a means of justifying why they watch it rather than admit that MAYBE, just MAYBE they don't dislike it as much as they put on. Why? Because being cynical, pointing out flaws, rebelling against what's popular and all that is always so much cooler. But yeah, this will blow over quickly as people will brush it off because it's Goldust who said it. I mean, because he's not a main eventer it's easy to just brush off the nearly 30 years he's spent wrestling in front of crowds ranging from less than 100 to more than 20,000. Brush off the fact that he's literally grown up around and learned everything he knows about the goings on both in front of and behind the camera from some of the biggest names in the history of the industry, including his own father, so there's no way he can have the slightest idea what he's talking about. People wouldn't dismiss this so easily if beloveds like Foley, Austin or Taker said it and I'd be willing to be that, more or less, they probably feel the same way as they know what Goldust knows.