Nikki Bella Confirms Breakup, Hall at WWE PC, Announcer for MYC
Posted On July 19, 2020
There has been a ton of speculation over the relationship between John Cena and Nikki Bella over the past few months. Shortly after the couple called off their wedding earlier this year and split up, Cena appeared on the Today Show and professed his desire to get back together with Bella and marry her. Although the two of them have been making the effort to reconcile as of late, it was recently reported that Bella moved out of Cena’s home and that their relationship is officially over. In a new report from People.com, Nikki confirmed that she and Cena have indeed moved on and will no longer be together. Bella mentioned that they made the decision to split up after a great deal of soul-searching with this statement: “I had a beautiful and loving 6-year relationship with a wonderful man. I have the utmost respect for John, but I know this is what’s best for me.”
WWE will occasionally bring in some names from the past and even outside of pro wrestling to come into the WWE Performance Center to offer some guidance and teachings to some of the young rookies and recruits. For example, WWE Hall of Famer Beth Phoenix was at the facility last week, and it has now been confirmed that fellow Hall of Famer Scott Hall has been at the Performance Center in Orlando, Florida watching the aspiring wrestlers train and learn the ropes. Hall has also been offering some of his own advice that he has learned over his long career in the industry to the NXT roster members. Given Hall’s astounding legacy in wrestling, there is definitely a lot of valuable lessons that could be learned from “The Bad Guy.”
Plenty of participants for the Mae Young Classic tournament have been announced by WWE now, but there has not been any news on an announce team for the show. Last year’s tournament featured the unique commentary team of WWE Hall of Famers Lita and Jim Ross, but there is currently no word on if the two of them will be returning to the announcer’s booth for the upcoming tournament this year. What is being reported now by PWInsider is that lead NXT announcer Mauro Ranallo is expected to cover the shows. The second annual Mae Young Classic tournament will be taped on August 8th and 9th this year, but there is still no word on when WWE plans on adding the tournament to the WWE Network.