#3 Treating both brands equally
If you consider both of WWE's main roster brands, WWE has never treated both brands equally.
Even after SmackDown has become a better show than Raw and is leading WWE to bigger profits, WWE still considers Raw as their A-Show while SmackDown is considered the B-Show.
If we consider both brands after the brand split that happened in 2016, a SmackDown Live match hasn't main-evented a dual-branded PPV. Even after having the WWE Championship as the top prize on SmackDown (considered the biggest prize of WWE), WWE hasn't let the championship be a better title than the Universal Championship.
At Extreme Rules 2018, we saw the Intercontinental title end the show rather than the WWE Championship, considering the IC title is just a singles title while the WWE Title is the biggest prize in sports entertainment.
Whenever Triple H takes over, there might be brand equality. WWE would not be focused only on Raw. Triple H will make sure that both brands get equal treatment and equal main-event slots.