I think a big part of it is genuinely not knowing who will win. We all know that it's all predetermined but it's still nice to watch a match and have no idea who will be victorious. There are too many examples where it is just obvious before the bell rings who will have their hand raised in the end. The commentators give it away by saying they're 'sure' guy A will win (meaning he won't) or the fact that guy A got the advantage last week so guy B will this week make it too easy to predict. This is the main reason why I think The Undertaker's WrestleMania streak is no longer interesting... if a wrestler of Shawn Michaels standard couldn't break it, two years running (with the second year having such high stakes), then nobody ever will now. Everybody wonders who 'Taker will face at WM each year but it doesn't matter anymore because whoever it is will lose. Hell, even Triple Ego lost to 'Taker at Mania once. Sorry... went slightly off subject there! It's just too predictable. I'm not saying I want nonsensical Russo swerves in every match, hell no, but just a little more realism... the babyface doesn't always have to win, the heel doesn't always have to cheat and Cena doesn't always have to force you to tap out to a pathetic STF! Anyway... I also agree with what's been said previously: we as viewers need to be given good reason to care about the match taking place to be able to really enjoy it!