The Ruthless Aggression series is set to return to WWE Network at some point.
WWE premiered season one of Ruthless Aggression in February 2020, putting together a docuseries that focused on the rise of John Cena, Evolution, Brock Lesnar, and more. The five-part series was well-received by critics and fans with episodes eventually airing on Fox Sports 1 during the pandemic.
In March, WWE released a trailer revealing Ruthless Aggression season 2 would premiere in Fall 2020 with a focus on Diva Search, Tough Enough, Elimination Chamber, and more. Unfortunately, season 2 never premiered.
Speaking to Wrestling Inc, WWE Senior Producer Steve Conoscenti confirmed that the new season is "coming soon."
"In terms of new series' that are coming out there," Conoscenti said. "The series like WWE 24, The Icon Series, Ruthless Aggression Season 2...that's coming soon. So I think a lot more coming from the brands you already know and more brands will keep popping up."
It is unknown with Ruthless Aggression season 2 will premiere.
Elsewhere during the interview, Conoscenti discussed the new WWE Icons series, which focuses on stars such as Beth Phoenix, Lex Luger, Yokozuna, and more.
"We're doing a series on WWE Network, called WWE Icons, it's the story of them as people not just as a wrestler," Conoscenti said. "So we're here in Elmira to capture the essence of Beth Phoenix's upbringing, she's done so much in Elmira, she was an athlete in the school, she talks about how she loved growing up here. It was important for us to show instead of just say. In our business, things aren't always what they seem on TV/ When someone talks about what they want to be when the grow up, it's extremely important to see it so that you can connect more with it, someone sees something like that, Beth Phoenix came from here - she can do it and I can to. So I think what you'll see is a lot of her home life, raising two kids amid a pandemic, her husband, Edge, made a comeback and then got hurt. Her juggling everything and then her time as a commentator on NXT. So we did a bunch at her house, the craziness of her daily life is. Even before WWE, we've got plenty of stuff on the independent days. [We] hear from her wrestling coaches, hearing from her coaches. It's a lot of Beth that maybe you didn't know of her other than her throwing people around in the ring."
WWE Icons is set to premiere on January 31 with an episode focused on Yokozuna.
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