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WWE surpasses 100 million social media fan count

In a press release issued today, WWE said that it has surpassed 100
million fans through its global social media networks, surprising its 100
millionth social media fan with a trip to RAW’s 1,000th episode. The lucky
fan was 27 year old Alex Guerrero, Jr., from San Antonio, Texas, and apart
from attending next week’s historic RAW, he will also appear on the show
and be featured across all of WWE’s social media platforms, including
Tout, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, YouTube, Pinterest and on
Currently, WWE has more than 73 million Facebook fans and 30 million
Twitter followers across all of its networks. WWE said that its network of
Facebook pages has more fans than NFL’s Facebook league page and its 32
teams combined, while their main Facebook page has “a stronger following”
than brands such as MLB, ESPN, Nickelodeon, HBO, Pepsi and CNN. On
Twitter, @WWE has more followers than the NHL, McDonald’s, TMZ, CNBC, and

(thanks to Colin Vassallo)

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3 Responses

  1. James says:

    And do any actual wrestling fans care? Nope didn’t think so.

  2. Daniel says:

    Guerrero? Really?! Sounds fishy to me…

  3. theprincedann says:

    Random question- is JTG still under WWE contract? And if he is, when was his last appearance? :L

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