Actually, that's a bit of a hyperbolic statement. Let's go with something a bit different.
Is wrestling in the process of dying?
Has Vince McMahon officially killed the territory? As someone who used to be a very intense fan of wrestling (I wrote a master's thesis on pro wrestling!) I've found myself drifting away from it over the last decade. Still, I can't fully let go. I still follow it on some level. I still listen to wrestling podcasts. I still read about it. I still follow along with the PPVs on twitter. Wrestling fans -- like fans of anything really -- tend to complain a lot so in that sense it's difficult to really gauge just how bad wrestling is at this precise moment.
My gut instinct is it's pretty bad.
Wrestlemania appears to have been booked terribly. The WWE, in America at least, is the only game in town to the point where the WWE had to invent NXT to train the next generation of wrestlers.
Now, weirdly, NXT appears to be better than the WWE on every possible level.
What the hell is going on here?