The expansion of social media has led to more interaction with celebrities through Facebook, MySpace, and Twitter. WWE fans can read and interact with dozens of Superstars through various Twitter accounts.
Follow this quick guide to find your favorite WWE wrestler on Twitter.
WWE Raw and Smackdown Stars
John Cena (@JohnCena ): Former WWE Champion John Cena leads his CeNation with tweets about his role in the wrestling ring.
Randy Orton (@RandyOrton ) : The “Viper” Randy Orton talks with fans, discusses wrestling, and also talks about his home life.
Santino Morello (@MilanMiracle ): If Santino’s antics in the ring crack you up, you’ll enjoy his Twitter account as well.
Goldust (@WWEGoldust ): The “Golden One” shares his weird persona with his many Tweets.
John Morrison (@TheRealMorrison ): Follow the former Tag Team champion.
Evan Bourne (@FindEvan ): The high-flyer reaches out to fans on his Twitter account.
Chris Jericho (@IamJericho ): Read Jericho’s funny one-liners, hear about his band Fozzy, and get updates on his wrestling career.
C.M Punk (@CMPunk ): Hear about underground bands, wrestling, and occasional swearing from the “Straight-Edge” superstar.
The Big Show (@WWETheBigShow ): One of the WWE’s biggest stars sends out many small Tweets and answers fan questions.
Paul Bearer (@wweURNiverse): Kane’s manager Tweets about his home life and support of cancer research.
MVP (@The305MVP ): Montel updates fans with funny quotes, locations, and WWE information.
Ted DiBiase Jr. (@TedDiBiase ): See rare photos and hear about Ted’s life on the road.
Former WWE Stars
Shawn Michaels (@ShawnMichaels_ ): Hear about the “Heart Break Kid’s” home life and time after wrestling.
“Stone Cold” Steve Austin (@steveaustinBSR ): Read about Austin’s wrestling opinions and upcoming movies.
Gregory Helms (@HurricaneHelms ): Follow Helms for appearance updates, wrestling Tweets, and his love of comic books.
Kevin Nash (@KevinNash ): Former WWE wrestler Diesel has his own Twitter and still appears on TNA wrestling.
There are a lot more WWE and former wrestlers on Twitter. Check the official WWE twitter page for a full list of the wrestlers and see the “Following” list on each page to find out more about each wrestler as well.
If your favorite WWE wrestler does not have a Twitter account, chances are that one day they will jump on the bandwagon and sign up for an account.
Many of the wrestlers will respond to questions from other Tweets, so sign up for an account to try and contact your favorite WWE wrestler!