On the main page, there's a story regarding a recent bout between high flyers Ricochet and Will Ospreay that took place on day 6 of this year's Best of the Super Juniors tournament. Vader heavily criticized the match as lacking storytelling, psychology and called the various spots a "gymnastics routine" on Twitter. As is the case in this day and age, Twitter basically blew up with various people defending the match and praising it, which can also been viewed on the main page. Some supporters, such as the Young Bucks, describe that storytelling in wrestling is more than about working a body part and selling a limb and that one of the goals for a wrestler is to stand out, which he says Ricochet and Ospreay did. I watched the match and I think both sides of things. I respect the athleticism of both men as their athletic ability is insane; I do disagree that there wasn't any storytelling, there was some as it seemed like the match was about a couple of young, cocky studs trying to outdue one another. There wasn't a ton of depth to the storytelling, but there was a little something. While I liked some of the spots, some of them were just too heavily choreographed and there were times it did look like some sort of parkour/gymnastics sort of routine. Some were just done for the sake of doing them and seemed so heavily unnecessary that it took me out of the match for a bit. It wasn't a mindless spotfest as there was some storytelling going on and at least some degree of selling, yet this isn't something that I'd enjoy watching every time as all the matches would start to look the same after a while.