Im a (and forever will be) a WCW guy. I really got into wrestling when my parents recorded late night WCW on ITV back in the run-up to Starrcade in 1989. My favourite period as a fan remains, despite its failings, WCW from 1989 through to Hogan arriving in 1994.
Frankly, I doubt if there will be a lot of noticeable difference. Bruce rarely had much negative to say about the WWE, The McMahons or HHH as it was, and indeed was actively defensive about it a lot of the time. Just because he doesnt bad mouth certain people doesnt mean he cant be insightful.
In a democracy you are free to formulate your own political opinions and vote as you please. The downside of that is, some people will formulate different opinions and vote differently. That is ok, and, dare I say, a good thing.
If you dont agree with a person or organisations politics and wish to boycott them, thats fine. If you arent that bothered or even agree with them, thats fine too. I dont think it is right to call on everyone to support or boycott anything because of politics. It is everyones free choice.
Personally, in the back of my mind, I know wrestling is, and always has been, full of dodgy characters who get up to all sorts that I dont approve of. I just let myself forget about it all and enjoy watching.