Wrestling was not so famous before some time. Social media sites like Twitter, Instagram, Facebook made it easy for wrestlers to connect with their fans on a wide basis. Some female wrestlers are on Instagram where they share their WWE main events and matches with their fans with little bit tint of their personal lives. Since, WrestleMania 35 is going to happen on 7th April, 2019, it is time to know about some female WWE Wrestles who you should follow on Instagram.
7 Female WWE wrestlers to follow on Instagram
1. Ronda Rousey-@ rondarousey
Followers: 12.4 Million
2. Becky Lynch-@ beckylynchwwe
3. Alexa Bliss-@alexa_bliss_wwe
Followers: 3.6 million
4. Charlotte Flair-@charlottewwe
5. Shasha Banks
6. Saraya Bevis
7. Nikki Bella
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In response to your post @rondarousey You may think I’m a “DNB” but that’s because you been here for what maybe 20 RAW’s? I’ve been here for almost 12 years. Since day one I have wanted change for the women at WWE. This “DNB” has been in the ring with Victoria, Natalya, Krissy Vaine, Shantelle Malawski, Taryn Terrell, Brooke Adams, Michelle McCool, Layla, Vickie Guerrero, Melina, Mickie James, Maria, Katie Lea, Jillian Hall, Maryse, Alicia Fox, Gail Kim, Candice Michelle, Beth Phoenix, Rosa Mendes, Eve Torres, Kelly Kelly, Awesome Kong, Naomi, Cameron, Eva Marie, Jojo, Summer Rae, Kaitlyn, Tamina, AJ Lee, Paige, Emma, Charlotte, Sasha Banks, Becky Lynch, Carmella, Alexa Bliss, Asuka, Riott Squad and more. I defended a championship for 301 days. I have executive produced and starred in two reality shows, one about women’s wrestling, while on the road wrestling. I even broke my neck for this business. So if you want to talk about a “DNB” look at yourself, because in this Evolution of women’s wrestling, you’re the “DNB” #bellalution #evolution video edit by @xoxocharlotteflairxoxo
Hope you are going to check these out, and follow today.