Hm, I just tried posting this, but it didn't go through for some reason, so if this shows up more than once, I apologize.
Anyway, I just saw this listing in TV Guide for the History Channel.
Bodyslam! The History of Professional Wrestling
A look at the top performers and memorable matches that have made pro wrestling one of the top entertainment attractions in America. Included: interviews with wrestlers, including Hulk Hogan; and a segment on the impact of wrestling on society.
It shows again tonight (Friday) at 11 PM, and also tomorrow at noon.
I just turned it on, and saw interviews with Freddie Blassie and Fabulous Moolah. It looks like it's pretty well done, and has some nice old footage.
"Disillusioned words like bullets bark as human gods aim for their mark Made everything from toy guns that spark to flesh-colored Christs that glow in the dark It's easy to see without looking too far That not much is really sacred." - Bob Dylan
Seeing as to how sending guys like this back to the "minor leagues" as you put it allows them to have great matches again...I don't think this is much of an insult. I doubt workers like Rhino and Frankie Kazarian are crying about it.