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5 Apr 2017

EMOTIONAL WRESTLEMANIA 33: The legendary Undertaker Retires, John Cena Proposes To Girlfriend -- Watch Video

John Cena busted out a ring IN THE RING ... popping the question to fellow WWE superstar Nikki Bella -- and like her brother-in-law, Daniel Bryan, she said, "YES! YES! YES!"
Cena whipped out the massive Tiffany's diamond after he and Nikki beat
up The Miz and Maryse in a co-ed tag team match at WrestleMania 33.
Here's the thing ... Cena didn't use her "ring name" -- he proposed with her real name, "Stephanie Nicole Garcia-Colace" -- leading most people to think the proposal was real and not a scripted bit. 
John and Nikki have been dating in real life since 2012.
After the event, Cena tweeted about the proposal.


The Undertaker bowed out of the WWE on an emotional night for fans as he appeared to pass the torch on to Roman Reigns, with the legend suffering only his second ever defeat at WrestleMania after an incredible 27-year career in the WWE.
The Undertaker went into the match with Reigns having lost to only Brock Lesnar during his incredible WrestleMania record, but having also won 23 matches since his debut in 1987, this defeat by Reigns looks set to be his last.
Having landed both a chokeslam and a tombstone on Reigns, Undertaker looked on course for another gruelling victory, only for Reigns to kick out. What followed was a brutal ending to his career, with Reigns dishing out three spears, two superman punches and one final, era-ending spear.
After the loss, The Undertaker removed his gloves, his coat and his hat, and made his way back along the entrance ramp visibly emotional. He broke character to hug his wife, Michelle McCool, and, having taken his time to take in everything around him, walked away to retire as the greatest wrestler the WWE has seen.
For Reigns meanwhile, the fact that he ended Undertaker’s career is unlikely to do him any favours with the WWE Universe. Despite it being an obvious passing of the torch by the WWE, Reigns put in a disappointing, error-strewn display, as he twice botched an attempted tombstone counter and also messed up the ending to the match, and compared to some of the other eye-catching displays at WrestleMania, you wonder if it was the right decision.

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