> It is real as well, not fake and boring.
Don't you find the glass involvement a little... worrying? I thought the first tag match was good (the Face Scrape looking just horrible), and the TLC match was also entertaining. But the Cage of Death was where I drew the line - for some reason, I don't take pleasure from people having their skin cut to ribbons by glass, or being electrocuted. The TLC match didn't bother me as much because of the obviously weakened weapons used (the ladder, for example - first it's snapped in half, now it's back in one perfectly-straight piece! etc), and there were some good spots. Glass, though, doesn't interest me.
This is a problem I have with CZW as a whole. When I first saw it a while ago, I thought, "Wow! Anything can happen to these guys!" I was amazed by what I saw, but then I realised something - these guys, putting their bodies on the line, are the same as your WWE 'superstars' body-wise. What is happening to these guys is sick and twisted - they aren't faking this, they really are getting shredded or set on fire. These sort of spots should be reserved in reality once every three years or so, to emphasisize their impact, not put to use every week, because they're going to have to think of new, more horrible ways of brutalizing themselves. The fans have become bored with these disgusting displays of brutality (as shown in one recent CZW show, where there was no reaction to a ladder being brought out in a non-ladder match at all - none) and they should be stopped.
Wrestling is NOT (and should never be allowed to become) a blood-sport