It's more of a case of not being able to have Sky where I live
That is not what you said:
I can't get the WWE network here yet and also sky is expensive so I get it via torrents
You said Sky was expensive so why wouldn't you say it isn't available rather than expensive? But again, even at £10 per day it is available - you keep saying you can't get it then saying it is too expensive.
Youtube is largely dealt with by agreements around content and they take down content where the owner complains. That is not the case for torrents. 2 totally different subjects.
I am not pretending to know something. There was no way I could know from your post that you could not get Sky as you just said it was expensive.
Obviously you don't like the fact that I consider what you are doing to be wrong and that you are attempting to justify it based on cost or availability. This argument can be used for all sorts of things and the only time people think it is morally fine is with content made available without copyright owners permission.
Your arguments I believe are all invalid. There are a number of films that I can't get via NowTV, Netflix or Amazon Prime - but I don't download them from torrents to get around this, I just don't bother to watch them - if they don't want to make them available in a way I consider justified by the cost then I won't bother with them.