WWE News: John Cena elaborates on 'disagreement' with Nikki Bella, update on his wedding
What's the story?
The world watched in awe as WWE Superstar John Cena proposed to Nikki Bella at WrestleMania 33 and she accepted his proposal. Unfortunately, there was a wrinkle down the road that many were not really aware of.
John Cena appeared on NBC's TODAY show where he spoke about his point of disagreement with Nikki Bella, which had thrown his wedding in peril. Thankfully, John Cena caved and the wedding is back on, once again.
In case you didn't know...
John Cena teamed up with Nikki Bella to take on The Miz and Maryse at WrestleMania last year. They babyfaces picked up the win, and then John Cena got down on his knees and asked Bella to marry him. The world watched them kiss and celebrated with the happy couple.
Cena was last seen taking on Goldust in a first-ever match on RAW while Nikki Bella was last seen in the Women's Royal Rumble in late January.
The heart of the matter
Cena spoke about the issues between him and Bella that caused trouble in paradise:
I think I can generalize it in saying that in relationships we have points of disagreement. And it was a point of disagreement where it seemed like we couldn't get past it.
He admitted that it was him who caved and assured us that his marriage was back on track, once again. We're really glad and hope to see the first couple of sports entertainment happily married in due time.
John Cena will take on Baron Corbin, Dolph Ziggler, Kevin Owens, Sami Zayn and AJ Styles in a 6-Pack Challenge for the WWE Championship this Sunday. If he does win, Cena can surpass Ric Flair's long-standing record.
He also moves on to WrestleMania 34, where he'll take on Shinsuke Nakamura (and maybe AJ Styles if he invokes his rematch clause).
Every couple has their disagreements. There's really nothing to worry about here, at least in my own estimation.
I'm certain Cena and Bella will get married very soon, and we'll get to see it on Total Bellas or Total Divas.
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