I mean, okay, but it's also one which makes sense, in context.
Personally, I don't have a whole lot of empathy for people who walk into a comedy set halfway through, and complain that they don't get the punchline to a joke that was set up during the half of the set that they missed; that's what this "The Man" criticism is, to me.
Another part of my childhood gone. I miss the old interview style vs the never ending promos of today. It lent some credibility in the age of kayfabe plus he could help get someone over who was a good worker but not as great on the mic.
As a workrate mark, in general, and a "scientific wrasslin" mark, in particular, the Bucks aren't really my taste. But I respect anybody who's doing well enough, just from working the indies, to be able to tell Vince, "**** you, we don't need your money; we're making more than you'd probably be willing to pay us, anyway, just doing the indies, and we get to keep all the money from our merch sales, and we get more time off than we would if we worked for you, and we have total control over our gimmick."
I also think that a lot of the people who are the most vocal critics of the Bucks may take wrasslin' too seriously.
Impact just had their last episode on POP and their new network isn't available to cordcutters best I can tell (also not on Comcast or Spectrum either). So I'll likely have room if they get a deal that is watchable for me.
More likley it follows the boring 2/3 falls trope of the heel getting a fast roll-up pin (that never works in any other match ever) and Mysterio follows with a super quick 619 (that would be avoided in any other match ever) before they go to the third where they properly tear it up again.