I've never said they were real contests, otherwise little bitty guys like C.M. Punk would never.....EEEEEEEEEVER (<--Chris Jericho reference).....hold a "heavyweight" title. Even I get a little miffed with the "fakiness" of some of it. Once it gets too extreme, it turns me off. Something like Punk holding the "heavywight" title and surviving and retaining the title in 2 seperate matches with Batista just flat disgusts me. Straight up "real" fight? Punk dies. Not hurt. I mean dead. There's just no logical way for Punk to have retained the title after two matches with him. I understand the reasoning as to why the WWE is running with it the way they are, but I don't buy it and don't like it.
Like I said, CM Punk is better off in TNA, Japan, or back home in Ring Of Honor. The WWE won't do Punk any justice with the work he's capable of delivering. Punk is very much a Japanese/indie-style worker. He has a lot of stiff kick spots in his arsenal that Vince won't let him perform (with some good reason) which limit his potential. Furthermore, there aren't many workers within the WWE roster that can bring out the best in Punk for match (except HBK and Jericho). The WWE roster hasn't been up to scratch for talent in the last few years and if they had it, it's all underutilized. The fact that Vince McMahon loads up on talentless hosses with 5-move sets like Batista and Great Khali sickens me immensely.
The WWE has really become a travesty. I think it tries too hard to rehash recycled storyline elements from the Attitude era and try to make things fresh but they ultimately don't. No one expects 5-star quality wrestling matches every night or every other night but unfortunately, the in-ring action seems so uninspired, and it's grown more so each year ever since WWE bought out WCW. There are a few redeeming points (i.e. Summerslam's Edge/Taker HIAC) sprinkled here and there but it's not quite the same.
These days, I watch ROH, Pro Wrestling NOAH, and Dragon Gate almost religiously. That's where "real" wrestling lives.