WWE News: Nikki Bella Comments on Potential Retirement of John Cena
The No Mercy PPV in September 2017 had witnessed a monumental match between John Cena and Roman Reigns. It was the inevitable contest between the two franchise players of the company to determine who is in charge of this place. The outcome was quite obvious considering John Cena has transitioned into a role of a part-timer, lately.
So, despite all the efforts, the Cenation Leader has made, The Big Dog picked up a clean pinfall win via a spear to pick up the win. Following the match, the 16-time world champion raised the hand of the Samoan Superstar to solidify the fact that he is the face that runs the place from now onwards.
Cena also received a standing ovation from the crowd that indicated this might be the final match in his WWE career. We have received an Undertaker kind of vibes from Wrestlemania 33 at No Mercy, as the former franchise player left the ring.
The Cenation Leader never uttered the word of a potential retirement from in-ring competition, and neither did his real-life partner, Nikki Bella. In case you don’t know, the Bella Queen is a part of the latest season of Dancing with the Stars.
Fox News caught up with her following her recent performance on the show and asked the inevitable question about her fiancée’s retirement. In reply, Nikki Bella quoted the following:
“I honestly don’t think he’ll ever retire. I think he’ll do that until his body won’t allow him to. I just think, John’s become more of a… Not that it’s a full-time thing, but he has all these other opportunities, and sometimes you just need to let your body heal as well.”
The former Divas Champion also noted the fact that John Cena passed the torch to Roman Reigns since the company believes The Big Dog to be the new guy to carry the brand, going forward. These are Nikki’s comments on the topic:
“I really felt like he passed the torch and he’s found that one guy, Roman Reigns, that can really do what he does and just like what The Rock did for John and Stone Cold [Steve Austin] did for them, and so last night, I think we witnessed the torch being passed on.
“It’s so sad. He lost but I thought the match was one of his best and it’s just crazy. He amazes me every time he goes out there. You’ve seen him do it for sixteen years and it never gets old. He tells you a new story every week.”
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