It must be incredibly difficult to be a professional wrestler. Not only is it physically demanding, but depending on your position as a heel or face, you could receive a lot of unwarranted attention from fans. Whilst the more casual audiences tend to stick to what the company wants them to think, some of the more hardcore members of the community are not shy about vocalising their opinions.
For the most part, crowd participation is a big reason for wrestling's success. It's a medium that allows the audience to have a significant amount of agency in the show. But often, it can lead to some weird decisions that upon reflection, don't make sense.
Many wrestlers have suffered unjust distaste for things that really shouldn't be noticeable. This hatred tends to grow to a point where the performer can struggle to escape this critique no matter how hard they try. Sometimes superstars can't get away with anything because once the crowd have decided that they have done something wrong, it never leaves them.
In many cases, the reason for hating these wrestlers is outright dumb.
Hey, I'm Michael, lover of all things geeky, in games I always play as sneaky, favourite lion king character is Rafiki. In all seriousness, I am a Bristol-born boy, who moved out to Surrey to get his Bachelors degree in Drama and Theatre Studies before moving on to gain a Masters from the Guildford School of Acting. I adore all things pop culture, and will talk your ear off about anything ranging from my favourite wrestler (AJ Styles) to my favourite show (Avatar the Last Airbender)