OUR RESULTS

  • From Sept. 1, 2015 to May 29, 2016, only the limited-run series Game of Thrones (HBO) and The Walking Dead (AMC) generated more average tweets per episode than WWE Monday Night Raw (169,000 tweets per episode).
  • WWE and its Superstars have averaged more than 96 million social engagements per month in 2016, with most of the content centered around action from Raw and SmackDown Live.
  • WWE on YouTube, featuring Raw and SmackDown highlights after every show, has been a Top 5 most-viewed channel every month in 2016. In April 2016, WWE on YouTube had more than 599 million views.
  • John Cena has the largest Superstar followership of all WWE accounts on Facebook, at 42.2M followers. He is the most-followed American athlete on Facebook.
  • Of the Top 100 most-followed athletes on Facebook, 25 are WWE Superstars. On Twitter, 14 of the Top 100 most-followed athletes are with WWE. (Source: FanPageList.com)
  • Followers of WWE across all of social media have totaled more than 686 million, with year-over-year growth of 30.7%.
  • Our combined Facebook like count has surpassed 439 million and Twitter has surpassed 144 million. Of special note is WWE's 82 million followers on Instagram, with annual growth of 135%.
  • WWE and its Superstars' social media accounts had more than 790 MILLION engagements in 2015 -- an increase of more than 50% annually.
  • WWE Monday Night Raw is one of the top five most frequently mentioned TV shows on Facebook alongside Game of Thrones, The Walking Dead, The Daily Show and Saturday Night Live.