I may have a slightly different view, for a few reasons, but, here's my two cents.
I love being able to say hey, or even talk to the guys at shows. I go in knowing that, for the most part, 1. The couldn't care less about me, personally. In some cases, they probably interact with hundreds, if not thousands of people on a monthly basis. I usually just say great match, I love your work, whatever it may be, and never, once, expect anything from them.
Case in point, when I was more of just a regular fan, another guy in the crowd, I'd get pics, talk what I could, etc. But, at that point, the Bucks never came out, ever, at the shows. It sucked, a little, because I like to thank the guys for what they do. But, I never expected them to.
Since then I've talked to them many times, in many places. Usually just random small talk, because I know my place in the thick of things.
On the other hand, it lends much more to the mystery of each worker if they aren't out there all the time. There are always exceptions. It fit Generico perfectly that he was at the gimmick table almost every show, multiple times most times. But, I know PWG is an entirely different world, in many ways. But, I prefer the mystique. I met Davey once, and he seemed somewhat uninterested in shooting the breeze with anyone, which is not only understandable, but, that should almost be expected, for what they all do.
I guess my long-windedness boils down to this, unless someone goes out of their way to be a dick, them being more closed off shouldn't effect how anyone views someone. Everyone has good days, and bad days. Some people are the life of parties, and some are wall-flowers. But, I too have fallen into the category of liking someone more because of a rapport we have, maybe some jokes that were had, even if I'm not that big a fan of their actual in ring work, or style (more often style than quality, to be honest.)
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