In recent times, the social media was shocked to learn that there’s trouble in paradise as all was not well between John Cena and Nikki Bella. The first hint of the same came in a video clip from Total Bellas preview clip for the upcoming season.
The footage was seen in the clip that showed Nikki Bella crying as they are ‘calling it off’. Although marriage was not directly named to it, it’s not hard to guess at what they were referring to. The same topic was raised in a previous interview with John Cena when he confirmed the same. He also stated that he did not want to get it televised on live television since it was a private matter.
They were having disagreements over a certain matter. They had two choices, either to give up or to fight it out over the issue. It kept their fans in tensions after hearing such words from the Cenation Leader. Fortunately, Cena chose the second option and might have come to overcome the odds in recent times.
The 16-time world champion recently appeared on the NBC’s TODAY show where he was asked to provide an update on this matter. He revealed that there was a big barrier to the road to marriage. He talked about having a ‘point of disagreement’ with his partner that kept the wedding in peril.
However, he has been able to get out of the situation, and the marriage is back on board on their agenda. The legendary name from WWE confirmed that it was him who fight against all the odds to get the relationship back on track,
“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.”
John Cena did not want to give a hint about what the actual problem was between them. Back at Wrestlemania 33, he bent down on his knees to propose to Nikki Bella. These two started a relationship back in 2012. The longest reigning Divas Champion had to wait five years to get the proposal heard from the man of her dream. Hopefully, the first couple of sports entertainment will be able to tie the knot in the recent future.