Wrestlers You Should Follow on Social Media

WWE is all about popularity and being a fan favorite. In fact, these are things that actually impact the win rate of the fighters. Even though most of them are acting, these wrestlers are still good fighters and athletes. Meaning they are worth your attention if you are into fitness and into engaging content in general. As entertainers, they want to provide fun and cool videos or photos, so if you love scrolling through your Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter feed, it would be fun to have some of these users present there. Here are some of the best wrestlers for you to follow on social media. 

Dolph Ziggler

Dolph is a running champion in SmackDown Tag Team, and as far as WWE goes he is one of the most popular fighters or brand ambassadors. Dolph has an amazing sense of humor which helped him amass a sizable follower base. Fun fact he works as a stand-up comedian in addition to being a WWE fighter. So, it’s really a pleasure to see someone trying to make these two career paths work. It is why Zigger is such an inspiring figure and worth your attention. 

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Natalya

Natalya is a WWE veteran and even if she was not the top female fighter she remained consistently popular on social media. A lot of popularity comes from her family name Heart, which is why she carries the nickname “The Queen of Hearts.” Her Instagram account has over 4 million followers, and she frequently uploads posts with her fellow wrestlers. 

Zack Ryder

Zack is one of the first wrestlers who became popular due to social media, and it was thanks to his own web series. So, if we are just looking at social media popularity, and ignoring WWE success Zack is the undisputed champion. It is his online career that helped him become popular in WWE and not the other way around. He also marketed his merchandise which only further helped his revenue growth. So, if you are a WWE fan and haven’t seen Z! True Long Island Story, we highly encourage you to do so. 

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Paige

Paige used to be the main face of Diva Division, and even though she only appears sporadically in fights, she maintained her relevance and popularity through online fame. She is popular on Twitch where she streams video games, and she also does photoshoots with her dog, which is something the audience really likes nowadays. She also has almost 6 million followers on Instagram, which is definitely a lot more compared to some of her WWE colleagues.  

Randy Orton

Randy AKA The Viper has a massive follower base. His Twitter and Instagram accounts combined have over 12 million followers. He posts some funny videos from time to time, but fans love him for being outspoken and creating some fun online drama from time to time. Recently he got into an argument with rapper Souja Boy, who decided to call him fake. Moreover, he shares details of his daily life with his fan, and they get to see him as a father and as a husband. 

These are some of the best wrestlers that you can follow on Instagram or Twitter. As you can see some of them are also active on Twitch. Hopefully, we gave you inspiration for who to follow next.