John Cena files for divorce from wife Liz, who hires Linda Hogan's attorney

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World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) superstar John Cena has filed for divorce from his wife, Liz Huberdeau, after just three years of marriage.

This according to the Miami Herald, who have the details on the situation:

The soon-to-be-ex-Mrs.Cena has armed herself with powerful Miami attorney Raymond Rafool, best known for going head to head with Hulk Hogan in his nasty divorce battle against ex-wife Linda. In that case, Rafool allegedly took Hogan for 70% of his assets. Huberdeau hopes for something similar, but it's not going to be easy. Cena, worth over $18 million, has a 2009 prenup that is said to include the ability to take back all gifts and presents.

The report also states that unnamed inside sources are saying this divorce will "dwarf the Hogan divorce in nastiness." That would be quite the feat considering the unbelievable amount of mud slinging Linda and Hulk did during their messy separation.

What will be more interesting is how WWE decides to acknowledge this. Will it be brought up on TV? Will Eve Torres get more heat on herself for kissing him and act like she was the one responsible? Will Cena even let WWE touch this situation?

Stay tuned. And that goes double for any dirt that will be slinging about in the coming months. If the hype is to be believed this could get very real, very fast.

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