Do you remember the days when professional wrestling fans just loved pro wrestling? They didn't break it down, they didn't re-book shows, they didn't talk about work rates, pushes, and who had heat back stage? I am not entirely sure when pro wrestling fandom changed, but I've come to the conclusion that those changes are not a good thing for the sport. My name is Adam Leavelle, and being formally known as "The Wrestling Snob," I can promise you that I have been as guilty of this kind of fandom as anyone! Over the years, I have worked on the indie scene as a commentator, and back stage interviewer, for companies such as Legacy Wrestling, Ultimate Wrestling Experience, Pro Wrestling Empire, Lancaster Championship Wrestling, Atomic Championship Wrestling, & MCW Pro Wrestling, among others. Having gained some experience in the industry, I took it upon myself to be the "gate keeper" of what was wrestling done right. I was proud of this! While I am not ashamed of my old approach, I have learned that at best, it accomplishes nothing, and at worst, it damages the business that I claim to love. You can read more about my adventure in wrestling as a member of the wrestling community, and as a fan, HERE. You can read a little more about me, and how I once approached wrestling as "The Wrestling Snob," HERE. Going forward, WrestlingDoneRight.com will be all about loving pro wrestling as a FAN. Not as a "smart mark," not as a "gate keeper," and not as an insider trying to analyze work rate, pushes, and insider information. If you want that kind of "coverage," it's everywhere else on the internet. Here I will cover "AEW," or "All Elite Wrestling," as someone who loves pro wrestling! This does not mean that I will never be critical. I have my favorites, and I have my...well, lets just say my not so favorites. I've chosen AEW because it's a true alternative to the industry leader, "WWE," or "World Wrestling Entertainment." To be blunt, I am not, nor have I ever been, a WWE fan. I simply want to go back to the days of being a fan, and loving pro wrestling, like I was, and did, with The NWA's Jim Crockett Promotions. While I know those days, and that style are dead and buried (sadly) I must make a decision to either pivot, and adjust, or stop being a fan of pro wrestling. Since I know that I cannot stop being a fan of pro wrestling, I'll pivot, and adjust, because...I LOVE PRO WRESTLING!