Ok, I see a couple of things to work on in that one. First off, I don’t see signs of Z wobble there, so you won’t have to worry about that until you get things dialed in more. Overall you are pretty well alligned, but there are a few things we can probably improve on.
Starting from the bottom of the print up, you have the phenomenon known as “elephant’s foot”. this is caused by two factors, being too close to the bed at start, and the built in by design first layer overextrusion that is built into the default printing profiles. The theory is that by overextruding the first layer, you get a better bed contact pattern (especially for newer printer users) which makes the parts stick to the bed easier, but has the side effect of making the starting layers mushroom out like that. You can experement with reducing that value “110” to 100 or lower to eliminate that effect, but it may cause your parts to fall off the bed easier. That can be compensated for with higher bed temperatures.
Next, I see signs of variance in your extrusion. Part of that is due to the first layer issues, it takes a few layers for the printer to recover from the overextrusion, but part of it may be your fillament feed. I would check and clean the hobbed bolt teeth, make sure the bearings all turn easily (especially the idler arm one), make sure the fillament spool and path feeds fillament easily with no drag or pinch points, and make sure the idler arm tension screws have 8mm or less between the washers on either side of the tension springs. wherever they are at right now, I would try tightening them up a couple of turns. You may also want to increase the nozzle temperature slightly for better flow.
You may want to calibrate your extruder e-steps next, here is a decent guide for that https://www.matterhackers.com/articles/how-to-calibrate-your-extruder.
If you are using a fan at all with ABS, I would reccommend turning it off entirely except for bridging or very small layers. You are getting some part contraction the further away you get from the base, so i’m assuming something is cooling it. If it isn’t the fan, you may want to consider building an enclosure or moving the printer away from any Air conditioner registries.
Hope that helps!