Though John Cena’s unexpected divorce from his wife of three years was expected to get nasty, new reports suggest that as of the settlement, the two have buried the hatchet and made peace.
The divorce proceedings have come to an end, and John Cena has made peace with ex-wife Elizabeth Huberdeau after unexpectedly filing for the dissolution of their marriage months ago. Originally, things between the two got very contentious, with Huberdeau challenging the couple’s prenuptial agreement and alleging infidelity on the part of Cena, reports TMZ. Huberdeau’s attorney, Raymond Rafool, set the record straight, saying that the couple have settled their divorce, albeit privately. “All matters [in the divorce] have been settled and resolved amicably,” he said.
The sudden and apparently amicable settlement has prompted the furrowed-brows of blogger speculation to cringe internet-wide. “To be honest, I don’t know exactly what to make of all of this, since it seems like they’ve…completely reconciled? I don’t know why, after all the dirt-digging and accusations (namely, that Cena and Mickie James were fooling around in WWE) and animosity, Cena and his wife would just say, ‘Hey, nevermind, we’re good now; don’t worry about us.'” noted Bleacher Report.
— m a r y s s a . ♥(@CenaApproved) July 18, 2012
It’s entirely possible that celebrity divorce just doesn’t have the media-power it used to boast for the celebrities involved. While the dissolution of celebrity marriages used to be publicist’s gold, dramatic and eye-roll worthy divorces like Kim Kardashian’s infamous split from Kris Humphries have perhaps put a dark spot on an otherwise “profitable” venture. Heck, Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes’ quickly and quietly settled divorce should suggest something.
John Cena and Elizabeth Huberdeau’s soap opera divorce comes to an end, but so many questions are still unanswered. Was Cena unfaithful? What made Huberdeau change her mind and “settle amicably”? Sound off about it below!