After Nikki Bella announced her split from John Cena earlier in the week, reports have been examining the pair’s six-year relationship, attempting to determine what went wrong between the two WWE superstars.
According to an interesting report, Cena had made sure that when he was ready to get her out of his house, he’d have it all in writing.
In 2013, Bella moved into Cena’s massive Florida home, but it wasn’t without a catch — Cena had his girlfriend sign a 75-page cohabitation document before she set up shop in the home.
The agreement, documented on an episode of the E! reality series Total Divas, stated that Bella would have to vacate Cena’s home with her belongings as soon as possible if the pair split.
“I was very abrasive and stern and she had to sign this huge, crazy agreement to come in the front door … just some sort of thing where I would be protected in case of a disaster,” he continued. “She [signed it], totally without question, and it made me feel super bad, which I should have, but it also made me realize – and this was early on in our relationship – it made me realize, ‘This is one young woman I should not let get out of my life.’ Because when she says, ‘I’m with you because I love you, here’s proof I would still like to be here.’”
“I just don’t understand it. I just don’t know what to feel. I’m so confused,” Bella said on the show. “It kind of makes me second-guess where John and I stand in our relationship. I love John but maybe he knows that he doesn’t want to be with me forever?”
She also voiced her displeasure with a line in the agreement that referred to her as a “guest.”
“Although I do not wish to be formal, I do not want there to be any misunderstanding regarding your presence at the home as my guest,” Cena wrote in the contract. “In the event that I ask you to vacate the home, you agree to immediately vacate the home and remove any and all items you have brought into the home as soon as possible. ”
Based off his ‘contract’ this relationship was doomed from the jump. Those WWE guys learn that everything has to be in contracts or else you get screwed. You can thank Vince McMahon for turning Cena into a legalese expert.