The WWE YouTube Channel has expanded broadcasting to seven days a week with backstage interviews, classic WWE clips, and a selection of original shows only available online. With hours and hours of content, wrestling fans may have a tough time choosing what content to view.
Select from one of these top five shows that capture the excitement, humor, and entertainment that the WWE has to offer. They feature past and present WWE stars like The Undertaker, John Cena, Hulk Hogan and Zack Ryder.
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Zack Ryder's YouTube channel is one of the factor that led to the expansion of WWE's own channel and the show is still entertaining today. Ryder features fan tweets, videos and signs along with his own messages to the WWE about getting more air time. The show has a lot of random funny moments and off-air stories with stars like Dolph Ziggler.
Are You Serious?
The world of pro wrestling isn't perfect and fans get to enjoy the most over-the-top moments with the show "Are You Serious." The Road Dogg and Josh Mathews provide hilarious commentary over classic botches and vignettes from the world of pro wrestling. The recurring guest Puppet H adds even more humor to the show.
Using Twitter fans get to send in questions and hear their answers from Superstars in "WWE Inbox." In past episodes John Cena, Dolph Ziggler, Daniel Bryan and Cody Rhodes have all answered fan questions that vary from favorite movies to Wrestlemania moments.
The "Backstage Fallout" show should actually air on "WWE Raw" and "Friday Night Smackdown." Superstars are questioned immediately following a match and the results are often funny and entertaining. There are a lot of great episodes with stars like CM Punk, Heath Slater and Cody Rhodes.
Santino's Foreign Exchange
Santino's character continues to run strong in the WWE and fans that cannot get enough of the US Champion will love "Santino's Foreign Exchange." Most of the time he's just randomly walking backstage and interacting with other wrestlers and the crew. His shtick works well with the format and is a great YouTube show for children.
Alan Donahue is a lifelong fan of the WWE. He has written hundreds of wrestling articles and his favorite Superstars include CM Punk, Stone Cold Steve Austin and Macho Man Randy Savage.
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