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The Nickelodeon show will debut later this year, and Cena can't wait to get started.

Cena will return as the host of the Kids' Choice Awards, the executive producer of a new gameshow called Keep it Spotless, and he'll voice a brand new villain in the series Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. "Kids just love him, which makes him the ideal partner for these upcoming projects". The villain is named Baron Draxum, and the new 2D animated series will premiere late this year.

No word on whether Cena will be shown in front of the camera on his gameshow.

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The Kids' Choice Awards will air on Nickelodeon on March 24. It will be a new version of the main villain of 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles'. Character art for the series, including Cena's Baron Draxum, has yet to be released. Cena will also take on hosting duties for the upcoming Kids Choice Awards for the second time.

"Not only do I get to be a cartoon character in the new Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles series, but I get to be a villian, too", Cena told The Hollywood Reporter.

Keep It Spotless, Nickelodeon's new competition series, is executive produced by Cena and features kids competing in a variety of physical and paint-filled challenges designed with one goal in mind-to stay as clean as possible. The show will be based on a United Kingdom format from Possessed and will feature kid contestants competing for cash prizes as they compete to keep clean while navigating obstacles that are created to make them messy.