WWE Sells "Multi-Episode Anime Series" to Crunchyroll

Leaping from the top rope during its 2021 Q1 announcement.

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During the WWE‘s recent 2021 Q1 report, President and Chief Revenue Officer Nick Khan revealed the organization’s latest deal with Crunchyroll.

The WWE has now sold a multi-episode anime series to Crunchyroll which will continue its push throughout the entertainment industry. Khan continued to say, As we continue to expand WWE’s brand beyond the ring, we remain focused on developing the slate of original programming from WWE Studio.” Although no additional information has been revealed, the series is expected to draw from the WWE’s extensive roster of beloved talent.

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