The John Cena divorce saga has just begun, but already the proverbial gloves are being taken off by the lawyer for Cena's ex-wife Liz Huberdeau. TMZ is reporting that the ex Mrs. John Cena is claiming the former WWE World Heavyweight Champion cheated on her during their marriage. The infidelity would be grounds to challenge their prenuptial agreement.
In recent weeks, former WWE wrestler Ken Doane, who labored for the wrestling company as Kenny Dykstra, has taken to Twitter to expose a relationship between John Cena and former Divas Champion Mickie James. According to Dykstra, Cena and James balanced a physical relationship, before Cena ultimately discontinued the convenient arrangement. Less than a year after the connection between James and Cena ceased, the "Doctor of Thuganomics" went on to marry his high school sweetheart Liz Huberdeau.
As a fan of pro wrestling for over 20 years, it's difficult not to feel badly for the superstars that you admire. But with these recent revelations, my sympathy for John Cena is starting to vanish.
Although I have never been married, my eight year relationship to my fiancé was terminated several months ago. It was perhaps the hardest occurrence I ever had to deal with. And that includes the tragic death of my older brother Jarrod in 2004, and the passing of my oldest brother Shawn in 2011. After all, you have no choice but to deal with death. It's a concrete end. In divorce, there are so many unanticipated variables.The reason divorce is so burdensome is because, in most cases, you do have future anticipations and expectations. When the person you trust most in the world dilutes that confidence, it's like a dagger through the heart. The world you once knew is no more. Not just the relationship is ruined, but all your future plans, hopes and dreams, have been dashed as well. It's an emotional apocalypse to be cheated on by someone you love.
When I first read about the Cena divorce, my immediate response was to side with Cena. After all, he's a man and we guys have to stick together. Plus, my love for pro wrestling also made his a natural side to be on. But in light of the late-breaking news of assumed infidelity, my sympathy is beginning to side with Liz Huberdeau. Having walked in her shoes, having been cheated on and betrayed, I have no sympathy for John Cena. There is no excuse for extramarital affairs. For a man who is a role model for million of, he ought to be ashamed of himself.
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