Nikki Bella Moving on From Cena, Dashwood Injured, Slammiversary
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Nikki Bella Moving on From Cena, Dashwood Injured, Slammiversary

By Marchman · Monday, April 23, 2018 · 0 Comments

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It was heartbreaking to learn that John Cena and Nikki Bella called of their engagement and ended their relationship together a few few weeks ago. After spending six years together, Cena and Bella are no longer together amidst rumors of the two WWE Superstars having issues as their wedding date grew closer. After remaining silent on social media for a few days, Nikki Bella have been active with some new messages lately. Entertainment Tonight also just spotted Nikki during her first public appearance since the breakup. She and Brie Bella attended the Nirvana Food and Wine Festival at the Sanctuary Camelback Resort in Arizona this past weekend. Bella was not wearing her engagement ring and she seems ready to move on from her relationship with Cena.
 

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When WWE released Emma late last year, a lot of fans felt that the company had just made a huge mistake. Emma has since returned to wrestling on the independent circuit as Tenille Dashwood. She has done well and made a name for herself without WWE ever since she stepped back in the ring, but an injury just forced Dashwood to miss out on a match that she had been scheduled to take part in. Dashwood was set to face Britt Baker at a Remix Pro Wrestling event in Ohio this past weekend, but she confirmed that doctors advised her not to compete. Tenille did still appear at the event and even did commentary, which will be featured on the promotion's upcoming DVD release.

Impact Wrestling just wrapped up their Redemption pay-per-view last night, and the show proved to be a memorable one for the promotion. Not only were new title belts unveiled during the show, but the event also saw Eli Drake and Scott Steiner win the World Tag Team Championships before Pentagon Jr. later captured the Impact World Championship in the main event of the show. There's no reason not to believe that Impact's next pay-per-view would be just as fun. Fortunately, Impact just confirmed that their next pay-per-view, Slammiversary, will be taking place in Toronto, Canada on July 22nd. The show will mark Impact Wrestling's 16th Slammiversary event.






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