1. More international TV shows/PPVs. The main issues around this have been historically the time difference (which WWE are starting to not care about given the UK Network specials, Saudi shows and Australia's Super Show-Down) and production costs. I don't know about anyone else, but if WWE were doing episodes of Raw in Australia, UK, Japan, Germany, Africa, India, the Phillipines... but the arenas had house show aesthetic, I'd still love it. I just want things of actual value to occur when I go to WWE shows, not meaningless house show guff where all the babyfaces win and no titles change hands ever. Being an Aussie, Super Show-Down got my hopes up last year... and now we're back to "WWE Live" which has THE EXACT SAME CARD in every city. At least when I first started going as a teen, they'd shuffle the card up a little.
2. AEW to be a massive success. Both because I've enjoyed AEW's product so far and because it'll give WWE the kick up the ass it needs.
3. More of a personal one, but I want to some how, some way see both The Rock and Stone Cold live. Started watching in 1998, but didn't attend a show until 2005, when both men were done. Then I finally became an adult and got the disposable income to go to America to see Wrestlemania 33 live- and neither Rock or Austin were there. And there were there at WM32... and it was the first time The Rock HADN'T been at Mania in about 7 years. At least I got the Hardyz return- which was a fucking amazing experience to be a part of.