10 Ways WWE Can Improve Its Product In 2017

How can the company boost interest?


No matter how successful a company is or has been, improvements are a constant necessity in order to remain prosperous.

Even the greatest companies must make changes to improve their product every now and then. Businesses in poor shape often need an entire re-branding or re-launch to change their fortunes, and while WWE isn't part of the latter group (unlike another pro-wrestling company), enhancements to the output are still a must. With another NFL season underway, MLB playoffs starting, and popular TV shows like The Walking Dead returning, the newest fall television season brings stronger competition to WWE than the company has had all year. Thye can't afford to stand still.

WWE typically brings its A-game as we turn the calendar to a new year, but would be foolish to wait that long to step it up in 2017. This is without even mentioning that WWE's A-game has been more like a C-game in recent years. A month removed from SummerSlam and ways away from WrestleMania, WWE feels more stagnant now than it's been in a long while and desperately needs improvement.

But what can WWE do, specifically, to reverse the yearly trend of the post-SummerSlam lull? Even beyond the fall, what are the answers to improving WWE's product long-term?


A former stuntman for Paramount Pictures, Matt enjoys sports, water skiing, driving fast, the beach, professional wrestling, technology, and scotch. At the same time, whenever possible. Having attended many famous (and infamous) shows including WrestleMania XV, In Your House: Mind Games, and the 1995 King of the Ring, Matt has been a lifelong professional sports and wrestling fan. Matt's been mentioned in numerous wrestling podcasts including the Steve Austin Show: Unleashed, Talk Is Jericho, and Something To Wrestle With Bruce Prichard. As a former countywide performer, Matt has been referred to as Mr. 300 for his amazing accomplishments in the world of amateur bowling. He is also the only man on record to have pitched back-to-back no hitters in the Veterans Stadium Wiffle Ball League of 2003.