'WWE Evil' Producer Says They 'Pulled Back Vulnerability' From Hulk Hogan In His Episode

WWE Evil is set to premiere on March 24 with the series focusing on the villains in WWE.

The first episode will center around Hulk Hogan, who was the biggest babyface of his era before turning heel and becoming "Hollywood" Hulk Hogan.

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Appearing on the MackMania podcast, WWE Evil Producer Micah Brown discussed the episode and the topics they will dive into with Hogan.

"One of the most interesting one is Hollywood Hogan. A lot of it is, there is a lot of stuff between what was going on with NWO and with different people coming into the situation that maybe led to the downfall of the NWO and some of Hulk's creative control stuff that has always been speculated, some different things like that, that are being addressed a little bit more directly than it has been in the past. That episode was really cool because we were able to pull back some vulnerability from Hogan and other people. That's a really special one, for sure," he said.

Brown noted that WWE was open in talking about things that haven't been talked about before for the series.

John Cena will serve as the narrator for the series. You can learn more about WWE Evil by clicking here.

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