WWE Superstar Bobby Roode recently spoke with The La Crosse Tribune. During the interview, he commented on the fans’ reaction to his “Glorious” theme song and entrance, the importance of social media and more. You can check out some highlights below:
On the fan reaction to his entrance music: “It’s pretty amazing. When I was breaking into the business in 1998, the music was huge. Stone Cold Steve Austin’s glass breaking, The Undertaker, D-Generation X, it’s part of what made those guys popular. It’s what the fans are reacting to. It’s part of the performance, from the curtain to the ring, it’s all part of it.”
On WWE testing out Facebook Watch for their programming: “That’s the trend right now. When I started, it was all about TV ratings. But TV ratings aren’t the way they used to be, you can’t go by just the TV rating you get. Now, we’re really dialed into the social media ratings, hits or what hashtag is being used the most. We’re social media-driven now, the social media team is huge in WWE. It really helps expand our brand.”
On the importance of social media: “With social media, you take the good and the bad of it. You have to make the most of the opportunities. You can use social media to your benefit to expand your character and gets eyes on you and what you’re doing.”
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