Why WWE's Social Media Initiative Actually Makes Shows More Fun

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Why WWE's Social Media Initiative Actually Makes Shows More Fun

Vince McMahon is riding high on Twitter right now.

Wrestlers' Twitter accounts, if they have them, are displayed during their entrances. WWE-related worldwide trending topics are boasted in on-screen graphics.

Fans are encouraged to Tweet about anything and everything during RAW and SmackDown, and no one mentions Twitter more than everyone's favorite commentator, Michael Cole.

Some people are annoyed by it. I, however, happen to like it.

I'm not by any means saying it can't be annoying sometimes. I found it rather annoying when Rock kept claiming the things that he said were immediately trending worldwide. Then again, it also spoke to the massive ego that's been a part of his gimmick for so long now.

And we all know Michael Cole is annoying.

Nevertheless, I think the pros of WWE's social media initiative greatly outweigh the cons.

Here are four reasons why.

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