WWE's Top Tweets, Instagram Photos and Viral Videos for Week of March 14

Ryan DilbertWWE Lead WriterMarch 14, 2014

Ronda Rousey prepares for a UFC 170 mixed martial arts women's bantamweight title fight against Sara McMann on Saturday, Feb. 22, 2014, in Las Vegas. (AP Photo/Isaac Brekken)
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When it wasn't poking fun, this week's best WWE social media activity highlighted moments worth celebrating from the past, present and future.

Ronda Rousey, Undertaker and fanny packs all starred in the most intriguing WWE-centered tweets, viral videos and Instagram photos. Fans got a glimpse of Rousey's pro wrestling potential. They also snickered at Undertaker's age, but not nearly as much as they must have at their favorite wrestlers donning the useful-but-tacky fanny pack.

Undertaker made his way back to Raw on Monday night, warning Brock Lesnar that he may rest in peace come WrestleMania.

WWE's Instagram page shared a stunning shot of him, just before he made his trademark entrance. The fuzziness of the image only adds to the unsettling feeling that Undertaker's aura gives off.

Photo from Instagram

Undertaker has been entertaining crowds for a long time now. His 21-0 record at WrestleMania certainly suggests longevity, but it's hard to truly grasp the length of his career.

It doesn't help when folks exaggerate it by posting a picture of a little boy standing next to the Undertaker and saying it's Goldberg.

The Internet wasn't done reminding us of Undertaker's age, though. His WrestleMania opponent is over a decade younger than him.

A peek at each man's high school yearbook photos truly emphasizes that difference.

Undertaker defending his streak was one of the first WrestleMania XXX matches to go official. After Monday's Raw, Daniel Bryan got added to one, and if he wins he'll get a second bout.

He managed to get Triple H to answer his challenge by leading a mini-revolution.

His "Occupy Raw" movement was one of the most memorable segments in recent memory. It was equal parts cathartic, moving and fun. 

Fan-shared images of that event helped captured the energy Bryan and the crowd created that night.

It's moments like that one that make it easy to be a WWE fan. What past WWE moments made Rousey such a pro wrestling fan?

Her love of WWE and CM Punk in particular are well-known. As great an MMA fighter as she is, it seemed too good to be true that she would ever move from the Octagon to the squared circle. 

Judging by a recent video that's making its way around the Internet, though, it looks like she has WWE-centric plans post-UFC.

Rousey could step into the ring today and thrive. WWE, TNA or any other wrestling company that signs her will have an incredible asset on its roster.

If she decides to embark on a WWE career, championships and WrestleManias are certain to be a part of her journey.

It was momentous title changes at WWE's grandest stage that served as the focus of the latest top-10 countdown video. The tag team titles, the Intercontinental Championship and the WWE Championship all made the cut.

Rey Mysterio winning the world title in Eddie Guerrero's memory and Shawn Michaels achieving his boyhood dream are not surprisingly near the top of the list.

The most debatable entry is John Cena beating The Rock at WrestleMania 29 both in how high it's ranked and it being on the list at all. 

The WWE Network offers fans a chance to relive all those championship victories in their entirety. Of course, subscribers aren't limited to WWE material. A new "5 Things" video showcases the WCW portion of the archive.

Tom Phillips introduces five things fans can either discover or rediscover from the once-rival company.

His list includes seeing stars like Magnum TA who never wrestled for WWE, WCW's cruiserweight division and Goldberg's undefeated streak.

Flashing back to the past can be a fantastic ride, one that has nostalgia buzzing in one's veins. It can also be a reminder of how much fashion has changed.

For a time, seeing a fanny pack around a wrestler's waist was nothing noteworthy. WWE.com recently took us back to that time.

Steve Austin, Lex Luger and British Bulldog look mighty tough normally, but not while wearing the tourist staple.

Lex Luger with fans in the early '90s
Lex Luger with fans in the early '90sCredit: WWE.com

If WWE has more images of wrestlers wearing sweaters as insane as Kevin Nash's, its next slideshow could be one on crazy sweaters. One has to wonder, though, if fans will be looking back at Batista's skinny jeans 20 years from now and cracking up the way we are at Nash's attire.

The passing of time has an interesting way of changing how things appear.