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 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. My absolute favorite promotions, the "Four Pillars" of Wrestling Done Right are New Japan Pro Wrestling, All Japan Pro Wrestling, Pro Wrestling Noah, and World Wonder Ring Stardom. I will cover and discuss the American companies, AEW and Ring of Honor as well.