So...... yeah. Umm, apparently what I can only imagine was irreconcilable differences became a more powerful motivator than having publicly sworn before tens of thousands of shrieking fans that a storybook romance was taking place. I don't like to cite unnamed sources, but that's the world in which we live. Supposedly the story goes that John is an extremely busy person when it comes to being himself, and that in the end he couldn't be Nikki's knight in shining armor. Nikki being a human being, apparently couldn't cope with being marginalized as nothing more than an aspect of John's public persona. Relationships! They're fun eh? We want what we don't currently have, and our society has engineered us to see having a marriage and kids as being the path to completion as a human being. This isn't a bad thing, but it's also not very realistic to assume that all people are made happy by the same formulae of life experiences. Publicly, both parties are bereft and are trudging through life with the details of their personal lives being force-fed to us based on accounts from unnamed sources. This isn't like when Randy Savage and Ms. Elizabeth split up, most of us were brainwashed into thinking that Ric Flair and Mr. Perfect caused all of that. We instinctively want to peek behind the curtain, in an age where the goings-on behind the curtain are offered to us as an incentive to buy a network subscription. Well, John and Nikki are going to have a really difficult time living this one down in front of smarky crowds. I ask myself; what do I think happened? I think that John wanted to change, and wasn't able to change. It's tough for some of us to imagine a compulsive winner like John Cena having any kind of weakness, but there it is. I think that if the two had given themselves time and patience, up until that perfect moment where John doing his John Cena stuff started to wind down and Nikki was only about a year away from her biological clock imploding on itself, then the two would have been able to have the storybook romance that they sold to an impressionable audience. TLDR version; John's John because he's John, and Nikki isn't a miracle worker after all. Agree, disagree, agree to disagree?