After mysteriously prodding a WWE rebound a week ago, John Cena has uncovered his most recent TV project.
The previous WWE Champion-turned-entertainer will for sure be getting back to WWE soon however he will not be venturing into the ring.
All things being equal, Cena is set to make, deliver and portray another WWE arrangement for its streaming accomplice Peacock named WWE Evil.
The show is portrayed as a “psychological exposé into the minds of the most diabolical characters in WWE history and their impact on mainstream culture”.
No debut date has been declared at this point for the arrangement.
While Cena hasn’t had a WWE match since his session with The Fiend at WrestleMania a year ago, he’s been busier than any time in recent memory in Hollywood.
Cena will show up as Jakob Toretto – the sibling of Vin Diesel’s Dom Toretto – in the most recent Fast and Furious film, F9, and in James Gunn’s The Suicide Squad as Peacemaker.
John Cena gets down on the funeral director for Wrestlemania 34 on WWE Monday night raw
Peacemaker is likewise getting his own side project arrangement on HBO Max and Cena’s recording plan for the show implied he was unable to be a piece of the current year’s WrestleMania.
“Currently, I’m in Vancouver shooting Peacemaker, the series for HBO Max,” Cena revealed to Sports Illustrated when gotten some information about showing up at WrestleMania. “Given the isolate guidelines, if I somehow happened to leave Canada, upon return I would need to isolate for an additional fourteen days.
“Essentially, that would shut production down. Strictly based on the letter of the law right now, there is no logistical way I can be there. We film now until July.”