Paul Wight Says He's Been Doing Voice-Over Work For 'Fast & Furious' Cartoon

Paul Wight continues to make moves outside the wrestling business.

Wight may not have been on WWE television much over the past year before signing with AEW in February, but he remained busy elsewhere.

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Speaking to Miro on Miro's Twitch channel, Wight revealed that he's been doing voice-over work for the upcoming "Fast & Furious" cartoon.

"This past year, I've been doing voice-overs for the Fast & Furious cartoon. That's been my little side project. I'm one of the main characters in the new Fast & Furious cartoon. The character is a bounty hunter who always gets his man. I end up mentoring a couple of Fast & Furious kids. It's coming out real soon. I have tremendous hair as the character," said Wight.

Wight didn't have further information on when the cartoon will premiere but told fans he will keep them updated when he's allowed to say more.

"Fast & Furious: Spy Racers" is the current cartoon spin-off of the "Fast & Furious" franchise.

Wight currently serves as the color commentator alongside Tony Schiavone on AEW Dark: Elevation, which airs Mondays on AEW's YouTube page.

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