As noted earlier, John Cena has filed for divorce from his high school sweetheart and wife of three years, Liz Huberdeau, reports The Miami Herald and TMZ.com. The WWE Superstar claims their marriage is "irretrevably broken."
The couple signed a prenuptial agreement that allows Cena, who possesses assets worth $18 million, the ability to take back all gifts and presents. Huberdeau has already hired powerful Miami attorney Raymond Rafool, who is best known for facing Hulk Hogan in his ugly divorce battle against ex-wife Linda. Rafool allegedly took 70% of the legendary grappler's assets and Huberdeau reportedly wants a similar take. A source close to the situation told The Miami Herald that this divorce would "dwarf the Hogan divorce in nastiness."
Rafool released a statement, claiming, "Although it is indeed unfortunate that John Cena decided to divorce his high school sweetheart Liz Cena; particularly, after they have come so far in their lives and in his career together, Liz will and really has no choice but to pursue all of her rights and entitlements.
"Sadly, divorce is not the way Liz thought her perfect love story would end."
Huberdeau's attorney adds that Cena "blindsided her" with the divorce filing. They had been having issues as the WWE Superstar approached her recently with a pre-divorce financial settlement agreement that she refused to sign due to her belief the relationship would work out.
We'll keep you posted as we hear more.
Here's a clip of Cena kissing his wife ringside in March -- just two weeks before Wrestlemania: