Top Most Followed WWE Wrestlers on Instagram

If you are a WWE fan and have an Instagram, you should follow their ring’s many personalities. One good place to start is by looking at the most followed WWE wrestlers on the platform. This post will look at the most followed accounts and explain why they are so popular. The only rule is that we’ll only post people currently in the WWE in some capacity.

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1. The Rock

The Rock being the most followed WWE wrestler on Instagram makes perfect sense. Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson made his WWE debut in the 1990s and soon became an icon. When you think of the Attitude Era, you may smell what The Rock is cooking. While The Rock still wrestles for the WWE to this day, he is also a movie star in many major blockbusters over the years. Many WWE wrestlers have tried to go into film, but many have failed. For example, who remembers most of Hulk Hogan’s movies? For being both an icon in WWE and film, it makes sense why The Rock is on top, with nearly 400 million followers. His mainstream success means he is the most followed by a long shot.

2. Logan Paul

Many people know Logan Paul for being a social media influencer, first getting his start on Vine, a short video platform precursor to platforms such as TikTok. Over the years, he’s gained popularity but has also had plenty of controversies, and many people love to hate the guy. Because of that, he makes for a great heel for the WWE, which he has signed on to since 2022. He also is into boxing and, as of this article, is set to fight Mike Tyson in the ultimate battle of old vs. new school.

Him being the second most followed account also makes sense. He got his start in social media, so most of his followers are from before he was signed on to the WWE. Whatever you think about him, he’s worth following if you’re into the WWE. With over 27 million followers, he’s the second most followed wrestler.

3. John Cena

John Cena is also a big name in the WWE, having wrestled since the early 2000s and still appearing today. He is an example of a face turn, starting as a rapper with an attitude to transitioning into a heroic character. Like The Rock, Cena also has a film career. While his film career is not as extensive as Dwayne Johnson’s, it’s still respectable.

His Instagram account has over 20 million followers. If you expect wrestling photos, however, think again. His account is chock-full of memes, sometimes about other wrestlers. Cena has been an internet meme several times so that he may have embraced meme culture.

4. Ronda Rousey

Ronda Rousey has had a long career as a UFC fighter with an impressive record. Since then, she’s transitioned to the WWE, and her record there is just as remarkable. She is the only woman to be the champion in the WWE and UFC, cementing an excellent legacy for all time.

Rousey’s Instagram has 17 million followers. You can find photos of her fighting, with family, and enjoying life on her account. She’s well worth following if you’re a WWE fan.

5. Nikki and Brie Bella/Garcia

Nikki and Brie performed in the WWE from 2007 to 2023 as the Bella Twins under the name Brie Bella and Nikki Bella. However, they are also known professionally nowadays under the last name Garcia. Since both of them worked as a tag team duo, we figured we would combine their Instagram accounts. Check them out and see what they are up to.

6. The Great Khali

The Great Khali hails from India. He wrestled in the WWE from the early 2000s to the late 2010s, where he became the first Indian world heavyweight champion. He has also helped to bring India into the wrestling spotlight by founding Continental Wrestling Entertainment, an Indian professional wrestling promo group.

He has also appeared in Hollywood and Bollywood films. In other words, he has a lot going for him, and we highly recommend following him if you love the WWE.

7. Roman Reigns

Roman Reigns indeed reigns supreme, being a six-time champion. Reigns began his career in college football. Then, he decided to sign up for the WWE in 2010. Since then, he has been a dominating force in the ring. His Instagram has obtained a whopping 8 million followers, and he posts photos from the ring and outside of it.

8. Triple H

Triple H is another legendary WWE fighter, a 14-time world champion. If you watched WWE in the 90s and 2000s, you heard “The Game,” his entrance theme, played again and again. Triple H kept wrestling until 2022 when he retired due to heart issues. However, he is still a major part of the WWE, working as the chief content officer. When you follow his Instagram account, you can gain some powerful insight into WWE and its content.

9. Randy Orton

Orton is another WWE legend with a career that started in the early 2000s and is still happening today. He is in third place for the most world championships earned, giving him a good reason to be one of the most followed Instagram accounts in the WWE. He was also the youngest to win a championship when he was 24.

10. Stone Cold Steve Austin

How could we not end things off by talking about Stone Cold? Stone Cold Steve Austin’s career in the WWE was relatively short, from 1995-2003 when he retired due to injury-related issues. However, his impact is still felt today. He perfectly encapsulated the WWE’s edge in the 1990s, being a beer-drinking, hell-raising, trash-talking wrestler. Nowadays, he seems to enjoy being in the great outdoors and is still capitalizing on his image many years later.