Tyler Breeze, a man who takes selfies on his way to the ring, is not surprisingly a big part of the week's most entertaining WWE-related social media.
"Prince Pretty," the NBA, WWE's most famous party bus and a salute to soldiers inspired the best tweets, Instagram photos and viral videos as May comes to a close. Daniel Bryan bowled with a young fan, Knoxville, Tennessee welcomed The Wyatt Family and another reminder of what Brock Lesnar did at WrestleMania popped up in an unexpected place.
The company put together a moving tribute to the United States' fallen troops with John Cena leading the way.
Cena's connection with the military and kids, as well as his charity work, is why fans hungry to see him turn heel can give up hope of it happening. The shock of a hero becoming a villain is going to have come via other Superstars.
WWE highlighted some of its most memorable cases of this happening in its latest top 10 video.
There's no argument about who ended up with the top spot. The debates will have to focus on where Sgt. Slaughter, Owen Hart, Paul Bearer and others are ranked.
With as popular as Bray Wyatt has become lately, he's likely to make the opposite kind of turn. "The Eater of Worlds" is getting increased support from WWE fans, something that was obvious as he and his brethren walked to the ring.
As seen on Instagram, the Knoxville crowd lit the way for the backwoods trio.
Another star with a memorable entrance is expanding his fanbase. Adam Rose has taken his party from NXT to the main roster recently, but the newbie returned home for NXT Takeover.
Paul Heyman was at that event too. He'd be mighty proud to see that word of his client defeating Undertaker at WrestleMania has made its way to the streets.
@Wrestle_React shared the Photoshopped (but still funny) message.
Bryan's message on Twitter was of the inspiring variety. The world champ shared a link to a story of how he, Brie Bella and the Phoenix Suns brought joy to a kid with serious medical issues.
As Ben York writes for NBA.com, Bryan said that moments like these are the "coolest part of our job."
With as well as he is playing his character and how many standout matches he's been having, it may not be long before Breeze joins Bryan on the main roster. The self-proclaimed "Gorgeous One" took offense when the music video for The Chainsmokers' song "#SELFIE" didn't include him.
He was later added into a new version, but also showed that he doesn't need to wait around for other people's songs. Instead, he recorded his own entrance theme.
The mix of Shawn Michaels' "Sexy Boy" and something out of Zoolander is attention grabbing whether one dubs it "awful" or "amazing." That's the song that will be playing as he heads into his upcoming title bout with Adrian Neville. Will it, though, be the song that blares after the match?