The goal of WWE's flagship Facebook Page is to offer one location for all of a WWE fan's needs, but our network of Pages provides the Facebook user more opportunity to define their news feed with information on their favorite specific Superstars and WWE TV programs by following the appropriate Facebook Page.
If our Facebook followers want the latest exclusive backstage photos and news from John Cena, they can follow Cena's Facebook page for the best candid shots from Cena's Instagram and Twitter accounts, plus news, photos and videos from his latest matches.
Want a preview of tonight's live Monday Night Raw episode? Follow WWE Raw on Facebook for the latest updates and main event happenings.
Want to become the next big WWE Superstar? Go to WWE's developmental program WWE NXT and WWE Performance Center Facebook Pages for details on how to make your dream come true.
In all, WWE's Facebook network allows our worldwide fan base to get the latest updates in the way they choose, from the WWE news sources they prefer, in both an informative and entertaining way via content and updates from the WWE Social Media Team.
In an evolving landscape where consumers multi-task on mobile devices while watching WWE programming, our Social Team turns Facebook into an essential components for WWE's comprehensive sports-entertainment experience.
Our Social Team content creators collaborate seamlessly while stationed in all corners of the globe. From the locker room at any of our more than 500 Live Events around the world, to the first floor of our corporate headquarters, passionate producers provide up-to-the minute show coverage for all of WWE's major events, create content with original video and photos, and so much more.
Before an event takes place, you can watch free action-packed matches on our pre-shows which are streamed live on Facebook.
The live coverage continues throughout each event with video highlights and exclusive interviews with talent that you can only see on Facebook.