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5 WWE storylines that ruined real-life relationships

Sometimes storyline romances have shocking effects on real-life relationships

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Top 5 / Top 10 02 Oct 2017, 11:21 IST
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Many WWE Superstars Have Felt The Effects Of Romantic Storylines
Many WWE Superstars have felt the effects of romantic storylines

WWE superstars are often put into storylines with other wrestlers that can have romantic element involved. Wrestling is like acting and sometimes it takes an element of trust for these couples to be able to get through some of the things that WWE expects them to do.

Sadly, when WWE stars are on the road for more than 300 days a year, they are rarely able to see their family; and when someone turns on the TV and sees that their spouse is spending their time with someone else, it can be a hard pill to swallow.

Shockingly, there have been a number of real-life relationships that have been affected by something that was scripted on WWE TV.


#5 Luke Gallows and Amber O'Neal

It Seems That Gallows Move To WWE Cost Him His Wife
It seems that Gallows' move to WWE may have cost him his wife

Luke Gallows and his wife, Amber O'Neal, worked together for a number of years as part of New Japan Pro Wrestling's Bullet Club before the 33-year-old went on to rejoin WWE in 2016.

Gallows and O'Neal married back in May 2014, but Amber didn't join WWE alongside her husband, so it meant that there was a long commute between them because of their alliances with different promotions.

The problems in the relationship started back in 2016 when Dana Brooke was added to a backstage segment with Gallows and his partner Karl Anderson. This led to O'Neal and Brooke throwing shade at each other on Twitter as O'Neal appeared to be jealous that her husband was spending time with another woman.

Merely months later it was revealed that Amber and Gallows had separated when Anderson mentioned on their weekly podcast that his good friend had become single.

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