The world of television is no stranger to the wrestlers on "WWE Raw." Several past and present Superstars have had guest appearances and roles on other shows. John Cena appeared on USA's "Psych," The Rock has appeared on "That '70s Show," and Triple H once appeared on "The Drew Carey Show." As television evolves, there are plenty of new shows for WWE Superstars to appear on. The following could cater to the wrestlers and give more entertainment to WWE fans.
"Glee" - John Cena and The Rock
As tough as John Cena and The Rock are in the WWE ring, they have also shown their musical side on several occasions. The Rock has sung numerous times on "WWE Raw," and had a singing and dancing role in the movie "Too Cool." John Cena spent a lot of his early WWE career rapping against his opponents. On "Glee" these two could duel out in a sing-off where they pick a tag team partner from the glee club and perform on stage for the whole school. The mix of genres and fan bases could open up new viewers for both "Glee" and "WWE Raw."
"The Walking Dead" - Undertaker and Kane
As the Brothers of Destruction, death and fire has been a huge part of the Undertaker and Kane's characters. The two giants would fit in well on "The Walking Dead" as they assist in stopping the flesh eating zombies. Undertaker has used a shovel more than enough to make it his signature weapon while Kane can utilize the hook and chain he used during Wrestlemania XXV.
"Undercover Boss" - Vince McMahon
Vince McMahon owns and runs WWE, but what is it like for some of his lowest employees? On "Undercover Boss," McMahon can work a day as one of the ring crew, setting up and taking down sets for live WWE productions. He can sell WWE merchandise during the event and know what's it like to come face to face with thousands of rowdy WWE fans.
"Criminal Minds" - CM Punk
CM Punk has just the right amount of creepiness and attitude to make him the perfect killer on "Criminal Minds." He can play a killer that messes with the agents and provide a lot of memorable scenes as he executes his crimes.
"Wipeout" - Various WWE Superstars
WWE Superstars deal with the steel cage, steel chairs and all other kinds of situations, but can they handle the "Wipeout" course? A special WWE edition of the show would provide hilarious moments and a great competition as WWE stars attempt to make it through the course.