I would've said that last year after Raw 1000 because the product was really shit. It was uneventful and boring. At least the WCW fuckery is entertaining in an "Is this even real?" kind of way.
But not now when they have finally started to use 3 hours in a more proper way and actually improved the product since 2013 started.
Eh I'm not saying WWE is perfect, but for me the overall product is solid and just in need of some more creative storylines throughout the card and working to create a more intriguing undercard/midcard as opposed to relying on a fairly eventful uppercard/main event consistently.
The matches and ring product is probably the strongest era of WWE (2009-now) for many years, taking into account 2009 ECW and Smackdown (the summer), Superstars 2009-May 2011, Main Event & Raw this year. The quality of workers is ridiculously high (Bryan, Cesaro, Punk, Henry, Cena, Mysterio, Christian, Mcintyre, Shield, Bourne, Regal, Sheamus etc), there's variety in what many excel at (Henry as a character worker, great face workers, intriguing heel characters in Heyman, Wyatt & Shield) and they've even got someone in Lesnar who's a genuine difference maker when used effectively.
The underlying problem is clearly struggling to develop the personalities of the roster to create a diverse range of stars who will get a consistent reaction (there are just too many people who will not generate interest when on TV: Barrett, Swagger, 3MB, Ryder etc because of the stop-start pushing and endless rematches), but at least its a product with tremendous upside and potential, just struggling to properly utilise said potential.
The worst of WCW was truly horrendous. The quality of wrestling was arguably worse than WWF, titles were swapped around without thought, the influx of worked shoot angles in every part of the product, an out of control dressing room, power struggles, trying to replicate more successful gimmicks in WWF, interferences galore, no long term direction, older stars being continually pushed at the expense of youngsters, week to week heel/face turns with no logic etc.
No doubt WWE can sometimes be tepid and crying out for something to galvanise the product, but I'll take a product that generally offers many redeemable aspects even if it struggles to move past solid overall, over a dire company which only offers embarassing worked shoots, nonsensical angles, everyone shoved onto TV with a storyline taking time and care away from making certain feuds more prominent and low quality matches any day of the week.