The terms professional wrestling, sports entertainment and performance theatre all perfectly describe the predetermined stories and choreographed moves seen in hundreds of promotions around the world. However, I can no longer watch this form of entertainment for these two major reasons:
The above image is of Steve Borden who wrestled as Sting, right after sustaining a neck injury while competing in what would be his final match. So many other performers have had their careers end short such as Adam Copeland (Edge) and Bryan Danielson (known as Daniel Bryan in WWE) due to severe injuries. Others have died while performing such as Hijo del Perro Aguayo. Even if a full time wrestler is able to make it through without a career ending injury their quality of life can be very bad if they remain in the profession for too long.
2.) The ridiculous schedule of WWE performers
Multiple times on WWE programing it has been mentioned that their performers are on the road 300 days a year. The above image is of John Cena, the busiest performer of the past decade. Wrestling at least 4 days a week while doing other activities such as media, and traveling from city to city is shown to be exhausting just by the look on his face. This constant and strenuous schedule doesn't allow performers to properly heal and will lead to not only physical strain and injuries, but also strain relationships and on the mind of these performers.
There are many more reasons, but these are two of the major. I cannot in good conscience pay to watch these people be put through such a strenuous and excessively physically tolling lifestyle. If a lighter schedule and safer rings were implemented then I would be drawn back to the product. Time will tell if that ever occurs.