I like that Wednesdays have become synonymous with good wrestling on TV. NXT is still pretty good. It's telling how long I've been out of the loop on WWE when I hear the name Brian Kendrick and say ".....who?" I'm very pleased with the direction Kevin Owens is going. Putting him on commentary was such a smart move. And it still amazes me that he's not a native English speaker, He sounds like he's been speaking it his entire life. Not sure I want him associated with WWE but if that's what makes him happy (and rich) then I say all power to him. He has payed his dues and deserves any success he gets.
Lucha Underground is great. It makes me happy to know that some Indie guys are getting a spotlight on TV as well as some steady work. I like that the the narrative doesn't necessarily call for pure good guys or bad guys. It treats the wrestlers like mercenaries, which is basically what pro wrestlers are so it's easier to give yourself over to the illusion and cheer for whoever you want. It is a temple after all so the audience are simply a mass of zealots chanting to the doctrine that is Lucha. It just happens to have these awesome cut scenes to help build up the angles.