John Cena's divorce quietly settled out of court

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Whatever happened to "dwarfing the Hulk Hogan divorce in nastiness?"

Apparently that was just talk from the media, who apparently did some sensationalizing with the story. As you all likely know, World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) superstar John Cena filed for divorce from his wife, Liz, just months ago. Initial reports stated Cena "blindsided" his high school sweetheart and we were told to expect things to get much worse before they got better.

Liz even hired Linda Hogan's attorney, a shark if there ever was one, and he quickly got the word out that Liz would be challenging the prenuptial agreement that was signed before the marriage via accusations of infidelity.

None of this has come to be, however. In fact, the divorce has been settled out of court. From TMZ.com:

John Cena's divorce nightmare has come to an end ... in fact, the two sides have agreed to bury the hatchet ... TMZ has learned. ... Things got nasty ... quickly ... with Liz making moves to challenge the couple's prenup. Liz also said she believed Cena was messing around with other women behind her back. But now, Liz's attorney, Raymond Rafool, tells TMZ the two have managed to work things out privately ... saying, "All matters [in the divorce] have been settled and resolved amicably." The terms of the settlement are confidential.

And there you have it, Cagesiders. Move along, folks, nothing to see here.

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