John Cena Set To Appear On Live Taping Of Josh Horowitz' Happy, Sad, Confused Podcast

Former WWE Champion John Cena visited New York City Tuesday, stopping by the New York City Cultural Hub at the 92nd Street Y.

Cena made the trip to take part in an interview with MTV's Josh Horowitz for the "Happy, Sad, Confused" podcast, promoting the "Fast & Furious" franchise. He's set to reprise his role as Jakob Toretto, brother to franchise lead Dominic Toretto, in the upcoming "Fast X," the tenth and supposedly final entry in the blockbuster action franchise.

While Cena may currently be doing promotional work for the long-running series, the "Peacemaker" star is just about everywhere these days in Hollywood, as "Fast X" represents just one of his 12 projects that are either in production or completed but unreleased. Despite the seemingly endless commitments, he still managed to make an appearance at WrestleMania 39 last month, ultimately losing to Austin Theory in a United States Championship match that kicked off night one.

He isn't the only wrestler who's been attached to this franchise either. Notably, his fellow former WWE star Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson is not among those who will be reprising their roles for "Fast X." Following his series debut in "Fast Five," Johnson went on to appear in three more main entries before leaving the series altogether due to his issues with Vin Diesel, who stars as the lead. That means Cena, who joined the franchise in its last installment, "Fast 9," still hasn't shared the big screen with "The Rock."

"Fast X" is set to release on May 19.