You may have noticed WWE.com looks very different. Today marks the launch of the new WWE.com — the new home of your WWE Universe — and we have some tips to help you dive in.
You no longer need to choose between watching and browsing. The videos at the top of the website will continue to play as you continue to scroll. Go ahead, try it out now. You can watch Raw highlights while reading Raw results, classic Sting videos while reading his Hall of Fame bio, and much more.
And speaking of Superstars, their official pages are bigger and look better than ever. With the Superstars Hub, you can see every current Superstar, Diva, Hall of Famer and Legend in one place. Want to see everything we’ve posted that’s related to John Cena? Visit his page and you will always find the latest news, video and photo content that we’ve posted featuring Cena.
Need to settle an argument or find a cool image you want to share with your followers? It’s easier than ever to post to your social accounts with Facebook, Twitter and other icons virtually everywhere. Want to show your buddy that Ric Flair’s 16th World Championship came in 2000 and lasted 15 hours? Visit the extensive title history and share that detail with them directly.
Whether you’re at your desk or in the gym, the new WWE.com experience works seamlessly across your favorite devices. It’s also offered not just in English, but Spanish and German as well, with tailor-made content for WWE Universe members in those regions.
So read a tell-all Q-and-A; watch clips from the latest WWE TV shows; see eye-popping photos of Superstars and Divas that you won’t find anywhere else; enjoy original video series like WWE Game Night and 5 Things; and browse your favorite faces, past and present, with the in-depth Superstars Hub. Take the new WWE.com for a spin.