Honestly, isn't one aspect of anybody feeling stale the over-exposure you're going to feel if you follow wrestling on multiple platforms and throughout the day, every day, like a lot of us do, because we like wrestling? It's been really good because the immediacy of twitter and websites and forums and gifs lends to enthusiasm and learning about new stuff, faster than we would through friends or say, a newsletter. That's a common problem even outside wrestling, everybody has to have a 'hot take' and then come the think-pieces etc. Everything gets easily amplified these days. Two people say X is a great wrestler, that dude's under-rated. Two thousand people say X is amazing, and suddenly he's overrated, because the avalanche of that opinion becomes impossible to avoid, and if you're not of the same mind, you become suspicious of it.
I'm not the biggest fan of ZSJ, though I can enjoy his style, I just don't hunger for more of it. I guess if you're seeing this guy pop up everywhere and you're not a huge fan of his style, it will get kind of boring for you. I personally don't follow EVOLVE or PWG all that much (tune in once or twice a year, WM weekend and BOLA) anymore so I'm only seeing him in PROGRESS and RevPro.
Empiresk wrote: the faux-hardcores of Wreddit who have only seen his name in passing have already turned on him as they didn't like a 6 minute squash match and have already declared Jack Gallagher the best technical wrestler on the planet.
This made me laugh because of how damn true it is. I was like, "c'mon.." reading some of those comments.