the gameplay was definitely on point and really nice to watch but for some reason other than thinking "he plays really well" i didn't really feel ENTERTAINMENT. can also be the fact that realistically you showed the "same thing" more times than needed - as if i'd make a clip of sacrificing blind 10 times. twice is enough, the rest of the video can have good matches with exciting music (close games where you almost lose, or even where you lose but still played very well as a team).
keep in mind music choice will always be relevant but sadly too influenced by someone's personal taste, so there will always be a part of the audience not fully enjoying your video.
A fair criticism, and I can see where you are coming from. The mindset I had when making it was that everyone makes these long PvP videos with full games sometimes and while there are epic moments in some of the best videos, often times there are a lot of dull moments. At this point in WoW's lifespan I couldn't justify making a 30 minute video of me playing high rated arenas, even if it meant showing me beating a lot of good teams, this isn't the WotLK days where anyone truly cares about that stuff. Instead, I decided it would be more fitting to the take the very best moments and the most impressive plays I've done throughout the entire expansion and make a movie that has no filler and is just pure highlights. For better or worse there aren't many impressive or flashy things you can do in WoD, one of the coolest things though was indeed pre-kicking as a hunter (countershot has travel time and monks are incredibly hard to kick, unless you can predict when they are about to cast) and of course flashy traps, so that's 90% of the video. Anyways, maybe it could have turned out better but I'm pretty damn happy with it honestly and I thought the editing was on-point.