Biggest pet peeve from Lucha Underground that one - when everybody on the roster is doing a flip through/over the ropes as a transition spot it just gets monotonous and loses all impact.
I do wonder whether the need to have extra long matches to fill time on RAW (thus more matches having breaks in them) has led to an increase in stuff like this as there is very few ways they like to head to a break - the vast majority of the time its a move to the outside as that way you can easily fill in half the 4min ad break brawling around ringside before throwing in a rest hold or 2.
I disagree with the "anybody off the street" could do it notion of the suicide dive - it isn't a headlock, if it was that easy some wrestlers wouldn't damn near kill themselves via clipping their feet.
Post draft there were more wrestlers on the RAW roster I liked and wanted to watch, but despite the cruisers being added I've pretty much tossed the towel in as far as watching it fully and without spoilers. I'll read the report and tape bits of the late night replay I might be interested in but the booking at times is bizarre (Club being wasted whilst New Day still having the belts) and the writing and show structure most weeks is mediocre. I'm curious how long this 2 PPVs a month schedule will take before things feel overexposed and some fans just tap out as it is too much commitment. I do think there is a direct correlation between how well SmackDown is booked currently and the fact the head writer, Ryan Ward, was also head writer for NXT for many years.