It’s been a week of ups and downs for WWE’s most popular real-life couples. On the upside, The Inquisitr reported that Becky Lynch and Seth Rollins have cemented their romance with an engagement. On the other end of the spectrum, however, another couple’s relationship appears to have reached its finale.
As reported by WrestleTalk, Cathy Kelley took to Twitter to announce that she’s “very single.” We can only assume that this means the backstage interviewer and digital media host has broken up with her boyfriend — and NXT superstar — Velveteen Dream. Kelley and Dream have reportedly been dating since April of this year.
If Kelley’s tweet was her way of trying to attract a new potential suitor, she doesn’t have far to look. Several of her followers replied by declaring their interest in becoming romantically involved with the announcer.
On top of that, her colleague Renee Young reshared the tweet with the caption, “Slide into these DM’s y’all.”
Due to the lighthearted nature of the social media posts, it would appear as if no one is taking the breakup all that seriously.
At the time of this writing, Dream has yet to comment on the situation. If Kelley’s tweet is anything to go by, though, their relationship is clearly over, and there’s not a lot more that can be said about the situation unless either party decides to explain the reasoning behind the breakup.
Slide into these DM’s y’all https://t.co/C9MyoFMViR
— Renee Young (@ReneeYoungWWE) August 23, 2019
This isn’t the first time Kelley has been in the news for a reported relationship with a WWE star. As documented by The Sportster, prior to dating Dream, she was rumored to have been in a relationship with Finn Balor.
The pair attended the WWE Hall of Fame ceremony together back in 2018 and were allegedly spotted in public together at other times, which incited speculation that they were together. Their supposed breakup, however, happened under the radar.
Cathy Kelley is now "very single" after her relationship with one of NXT's top stars ended:https://t.co/jH5oIeqGHa
— WrestleTalk (@WrestleTalk_TV) August 23, 2019
Earlier this year, “The Demon” confirmed that he’s in a relationship with FOX Sports host Veronica “Vero” Rodriguez. As noted by Sportskeeda, the pair teased their relationship while at a soccer game, followed by pictures of them together appearing on social media.
It’s never good news to hear that relationships have ended, but there are still plenty of couples in WWE who appear to be living their happily ever after. Rusev and Lana, Jimmy Uso and Naomi, Buddy Murphy and Alexa Bliss and Stephanie McMahon and Triple H are among the most notable romantic pairings in the company to have been together for a while now. Hopefully they remain as such for years to come.