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Amid Ongoing Twitter Chaos, Here Are 10 Official WWE Superstar Twitter Accounts to Follow

These are the official accounts for some of your favorites, checkmark or no checkmark!

By Chris Phelan
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Members of the WWE Universe woke up this morning to a big change: Many of their favorite Superstars’ Twitter accounts no longer carried the verified checkmark next to their names!

While USA Insider won’t get into the details of why Twitter has made this change (since approximately one million websites are already doing it), the impact is far-reaching. WWE Superstars and many of your favorite celebrities, journalists, and entertainers no longer have the verified checkmark next to their Twitter names. While it’s far from the end of the world, it sets the stage for some potential trouble. 

What Happened To WWE Superstars’ Checkmarks?

The checkmarks were originally used to verify a Twitter user’s identity. For the WWE Universe, the checkmark next to the name of their favorite Superstar indicated that the account they were interacting with was the genuine account of the actual person. As of yesterday, the only way to receive a Twitter checkmark is to pay a monthly fee. Anybody can obtain a checkmark now. So currently, the checkmark now represents who has paid for it, and identity is no longer verified. 

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Unfortunately, this will invariably lead to bad actors impersonating WWE Superstars sooner than later. After all, anyone can create a Twitter account with a Superstar’s name, purchase the checkmark, and boom – to the unsuspecting fan, it will look like a legitimate WWE Superstar account. 

Don’t be tricked by impersonators. We apologize for any member of the WWE Universe that will be duped by someone impersonating their favorite wrestler. That being said, we thought it’d be a good idea to list ten of the most popular WWE Superstar Twitter accounts – so you know they’re the real deal. These are the legitimate accounts of your favorite stars of RAW and SmackDown.

10 Official and Authentic WWE Twitter Accounts To Follow

Bianca Belair – @BiancaBelairWWE

Wwe Superstars Social Media Bianca Belair

The current RAW Women’s Champion is no stranger to social media, and Bianca frequently uses Twitter to share behind-the-scenes photos of the RAW locker room, giving a glimpse of what it’s like to be the EST of WWE!

Becky Lynch – @BeckyLynchWWE

The Man finds herself posting on Twitter often, primarily to advance storylines usually reserved for RAW or SmackDown. We’ll be especially interested to see what she says about Trish Stratus on social media after what Trish confessed to on RAW recently!

Cody Rhodes – @CodyRhodes

Wwe Superstars Social Media Cody Rhodes

Although he didn’t “finish the story” at WrestleMania Goes Hollywood, Cody is still comfortably near the top of WWE’s pecking order. In fact, he’s slated to main event against Brock Lesnar at Backlash, WWE’s first foray to Puerto Rico in a long time. His official Twitter account is a must-follow for anybody still invested in his quest to become the Undisputed WWE Universal Champion. 

Seth Rollins – @WWERollins

The Visionary’s official Twitter account is a must-follow in all the best ways. Whether he’s antagonizing other wrestlers, giving candid thoughts on his career, or even helping out a friend in need, Seth Rollins is the definition of a perfect Twitter follow.

Liv Morgan – @YaOnlyLivvOnce

Wwe Superstars Social Media Liv Morgan

Good news for fans of Liv: she is paying to keep her checkmark, so it should be business as usual. As one of the most active Superstars on social media, her official account is a must-follow for all wrestling fans. However, be on the lookout for any impersonators shortly – and remember, she only uses the Twitter handle listed above.

Charlotte Flair – @MsCharlotteWWE

As one of the more active Superstars on Twitter, Charlotte’s account is a treasure trove of uplifting messages, gorgeous selfies, and behind-the-scenes photos that only The Queen can provide! So if you’re not following Charlotte Flair, ask yourself: are you really a wrestling fan?

Rhea Ripley – @RheaRipley_WWE

Wwe Superstars Social Media Rhea Ripley

As much as Dominic Mysterio loves Mami, the WWE Universe loves the SmackDown Women’s champion even more. We don’t know how Rhea keeps up with the constant love from her fans on Twitter – her timeline is filled with her interacting with fans worldwide and retweeting custom art from her biggest supporters. Rhea’s Twitter timeline is a breath of fresh air, considering what she recently endured in her private life

Karrion Kross – @realKILLERkross

Although Karrion Kross has made a career out of systematically dismantling fan-favorite Superstars on SmackDown, he’s surprisingly candid on Twitter – and doesn’t hesitate to interact with his fans! 

Roman Reigns – @WWERomanReigns

Wwe Superstars Social Media Roman Reigns

The Tribal Chief doesn’t usually interact with the WWE Universe on Twitter, but that’s okay. We acknowledge that he is too busy to retweet anybody outside The Bloodline. Nevertheless, his official Twitter account should be considered social media royalty.

Brock Lesnar – @BrockLesnar

The Beast Incarnate hasn’t been active on Twitter in years, meaning his account is prime for impersonation. Nevertheless, this is his official account. We don’t blame him for not being active on Twitter – after all, he has plenty on his plate these days:

Uncharted Social Media Waters for the WWE Universe

The social media landscape is constantly changing, so any member of the WWE Universe needs to protect themselves from impersonators. 

If you interact with a fake WWE Superstar account, report them immediately. Remember, no Superstar will ever ask you for money or offer to send you money. And we hate to be the bearer of bad news, but if you find yourself in a private conversation with a WWE Superstar on Twitter, Instagram, or other social media sites – you’re being scammed.

Stay safe out there, everybody. 

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