Gaming and wrestling often go hand in hand, with both communities sharing a passion for one another. Naturally, it's no surprise that a lot of professional wrestlers have picked up streaming as a side hobby.
If you're a fan of WWE or wrestling in general, we picked some of the best streams from Twitch for you to enjoy.
1. Xavier Woods
The creator of the UpUpDownDown YouTube channel, WWE's foray into gaming, can be consistently seen playing a wide variety of games on his personal Twitch stream, from the latest games, old retro classics, and even DJing, there's something for everything.
2. Adam Cole
The longest reign NXT champion is a self-proclaimed Halo expert and can be found playing The Master Chief Collection alongside other games like Resident Evil 3 or Final Fantasy VII on his Twitch stream.
Paige's heartbreaking early retirement from in-ring competition hasn't stopped her from maintaining her status as an important figure in WWE.
Still a prominent wrestling personality, the British superstar has hit the big time on Twitch, playing games like Animal Crossing: New Horizons, World of Warcraft, Mario Kart 8, and more, she's currently on track to breaking the 11,000 subscribers mark.
The Swiss showed his love for League of Legends during the WWE vs NXT show match in 2018. You can watch Cesaro try to make his way through the ranked jungle of Riot's MOBA while playing some Teamfight Tactics and Valorant on the side on his stream.
5. Zelina Vega and Aleister Black
Years before she started her streaming career, the 29-year-old showed her love for games by cosplaying characters like Jade and Sindel from Mortal Kombat or Vega from Street Fighter.
On her stream, alongside Aleister Black, they can be seen playing all sorts of games, from Mortal Kombat 11 to Pokémon, most recently joining the Fall Guys craze, while also regularly jumping on the Just Chatting category after every RAW or SmackDown show.
Vega has taken her love for videogames inside the ring recently, as she was seen cosplaying as Overwatch's Sombra at SummerSlam this past 23rd August.
6. Tyler Breeze, King Baron, and Shawn Spears
This trio of wrestlers do more besides sharing the ring from time to time as they also manage their own Twitch channel.
On any given day, you can watch Corbin dwell into multiplayer games like Call of Duty: Warzone or Overwatch, Breeze stream single-player titles like the Last of Us II, and Spears doing a bit of both.
These are some of our favourites, but we're sure there are still some hidden gems waiting to be found on Twitch and other streaming platforms.