Well, when it comes to the news that they're living apart, we guess it's not that easy to hide.
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John Cena, professional wrestler extraordinaire, gave out his 300th wish for the 'Make-A-Wish' Foundation.
The wish went to 7-year-old Jonny Littman, who was visited by Cena and then he and his family got to go to the 100th episode of WWE's Monday Night Raw.
No, the WWE didn't send up John Cena to rescue a group of stranded children.
That'd just be… amazing.
What's actually going on is former wrestler, John "Bradshaw" Layfield, is planning to climb 7 of the world's tallest mountains.
During broadcast upfront week, the USA Network announced that starting with WWE Monday Night Raw's 1000th episode on July 23rd, the show will be permanently expanded to three hours!
1000 episodes?! That shiz cray!
While it's true when people have said that "no happy marriage has ever ended in divorce," some marriages might need a little more work than others.
It's good to hear that a couple has given it a true shot, even if it doesn't end up working, as there WAS a reason they got married in the first place!
We're saddened to hear that John Cena has filed for divorce in Florida
Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson has got to be one of the coolest dudes on the planet.
We already loved the guy, but his most recent interview discussing everything from movies to politics, just gave us a few more reasons to hope he lays the smackdown on John Cena at this year's Wrestlemania (Sorry John, but its The Rock!).
First let's start with what he had to say about the young co-stars of his most recent adventure film, Journey 2: Mysterious Island. When the veteran action star was asked what kind of advice he gave to up-and-comer Josh Hutcherson, he shared this bit: