WWE Superstar John Cena is one of the few wrestlers who boast an equally successful career outside of the ring on the big screen. Cena won’t be stopping with his Hollywood endeavors anytime soon as he has just struck a deal with a major talent agency.
According to Deadline, Cena has signed with WME for representation in all areas. The news came just a day later after his long-time agent left ICM Partners to start his own management firm.
Cena was with ICM for 18 years. It was also noted that Cena will remain with Dan Baime, who left ICM Partners to start up the management firm Intenta Management. Cena now shares his new agency with Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson.
Cena’s “Peacemaker” series on HBO Max was so positively received that the show has been renewed for the second season. Not to mention he also hosts and serves as an Executive Producer of the competition show Wipeout for Turner on TV.
John Cena’s Hollywood career is in full swing, he is also expected to reprise his The Fast and the Furious series, F9 role in the upcoming tenth installment, Fast X.
As for wrestling, John Cena is expected to make his WWE return later this year. He recently spoke about he will need to resonate with the storyline for his comeback. We’ll have to see what the company will have planned for him once he is back.
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