John Cena is popping up all over the place and he’s about to get a new series on Peacock. WWE likes to make sure that they own every possible name they can, so they’re locking that down to make sure it is secured for their purposes.

A new WWE docuseries by John Cena is coming to Peacock, and WWE registered a trademark to lock down “WWE Evil.” Cena will narrate the new show and also serve as executive producer.

The series is described as “an entertaining ‘psychological exposé’ into the minds of the most diabolical antagonists in WWE history, and their impact on mainstream culture.” This new filing was laid down on September 12th under the “entertainment services” category.

We will have to see how popular this new series is. It sounds like John Cena has found a way to stick around WWE without getting involved in the action. Hopefully, this dive into a history of heels in pro wrestling will be a fun ride narrated by a guy who never turned heel throughout his entire WWE tenure.


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