Cena & Bella Breakup on Total Bellas, Mysterio at Dominion, Heat

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John Cena and Nikki Bella were a power couple in WWE for six years in a row. Their relationship was featured on the Total Divas and Total Bellas reality shows, and although John Cena refused to remarry for several years, it looked like he changed his mind after he proposed to Nikki at WrestleMania 33. It was devastating when the couple called off their wedding and broke up a few weeks ago, but interestingly, it looks like fans will be able to see exactly how that all went down. A sneak peak for the third season of Total Bellas reveals that the breakup was recorded and will air on an upcoming episode of the series. Total Bellas will officially return on the E! network on May 20th.

Rey Mysterio’s status in pro wrestling remains a bit unclear as of right now. He does continue to work as one of the hottest free agents in the business today, but between his recent appearances in WWE, NJPW, and Aro Lucha, it seems like every promotion is looking to sign Mysterio to a deal of their own. However, it has now been confirmed that Mysterio will be making another appearance for New Japan Pro Wrestling for the upcoming Dominion show set to take place next month. Mysterio does not have an opponent for the show as or right now. Rey did promise fans that he would return to NJPW after he competed at the Strong Style Evolved show in California earlier this year.

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Right after the Backlash pay-per-view went off the air last night, WWE uploaded episodes of the second season of their animated Camp WWE series onto the WWE Network, but it looks like that was not the only show that has been added to the network this week. The entire first year’s worth of Heat shows have now been added to the WWE Network. As promised by the company a few weeks ago, over fifty episodes of WWE’s former Sunday night series from the Attitude Era can now be watched on demand on the network for subscribers. Heat did remain on the air for a number of years, so there are still plenty of episodes of the show that have yet to be added onto the network.

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