Exactly, The funny thing about HHH's NXT was that it was a direct shot at his own "Me & my friend Mark" promo. I think HHH is smart enough to realize that he can't go full black & gold on RAW & SD, because that'll bring in the JDfromNy crowd but push away the casuals who help fill up the arenas. Smackdown 2003 is the blueprint for what wrestling should be, and that's good/great in ring action and good/great storylines.how about neither and you let talent cut more promos and get them to show their personalities, the top stars during the biggest period in WWF could all entertain you on the mic (minus Kane but he had Paul Bearer for that)
It does matter because not everyone watching wants to see 4 20min "bangers" every single week. Casuals are always around and they're always there for the big shows.I really don't think the "too much/too little wrestling" argument matters. You are never getting casual fans back to wrestling. They are gone. If people want to see entertaining characters, dramatic storylines, great comedy, etc. then there's a million better shows out there or theres ppl on IG/Tik Tok doing 12 second videos that are funnier than anything a room full of writers sitting around a table could come up with.
Now, all that stuff is important in wrestling, you want larger than life characters, compelling stories, etc. But ultimately in 2022 anyone who is committing or considering committing 5-7 hours a week to watching wrestling is doing so because they genuinely enjoy wrestling, whether they want to admit it or not.