WWE's product moves with the subtlety of a roaring monster truck.
It's big, it's loud, it's often throwaway fun and it cannot afford to spend too much time spinning wheels in between stunts lest fans get bored. That's just the way it is, and it's why Vince McMahon's attention span is akin to the average four year old - the boss craves new content. He's the kind of dude who hammers his keyboard's F5 button on YouTube's homepage and then cuts promos on the lack of fresh videos every 12 seconds.
Sometimes, this 'throw everything at the wall and then give me even more' approach doesn't work, but sometimes it does. 2020 has witnessed numerous sizeable upgrades to presentation (no, not this empty arena stuff the company were forced into due to ongoing pandemics), characters on each of the three major brands and who's paired with who on screen.
You might be a bit surprised by the number of improvements here. For a product that's regularly criticised as being formulaic and uninspiring, WWE's overhaul in some key areas has also been quietly significant. Here are some sneakily excellent enhancements...