That sounds awesome. There are all kinds of ways to present wrestling stars and some of them have nothing to do with wrestling. Over the years, wrestlers have gotten into different forms of media as a way to present themselves to fans outside of their main industry. A legend is trying to do it again, but there might be a few problems preventing it from happening.
Comedian Dan Soder appeared on Barstool’s KFC Radio and talked about having developed an animated series along with fellow comedian Dan St. Germain and Steve Austin. The series was sold to Peacock, but WWE and Peacock are now holding up the series in some unspecified way. The three developed the series during the Coronavirus pandemic but it has sat on the shelf for seventeen months due to the issues. There is no word on if the series will ever air, though Soder did say Austin himself was onboard.
He can explain it better. Check out Soder’s comments:
Opinion: I’m not sure what is going on with the situation but it sounds like some legal issues that are slowing things down. Hopefully the series does see the light of day at some point as it sounds like it has a lot of potential. I’m sure WWE will go with it if they can make money off of the idea, which is pretty much the point of being in business in the first place, so it does make sense.
What do you think of the concept? Will the series air? Let us know in the comments below.
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