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Nikki Bella Sends A Message To John Cena During Her WWE Hall Of Fame Speech

John Cena & Nikki Bella

• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (April 6, 1981) – WWF MSG House Show

On this day in Pro Wrestling history in 1981, the World Wrestling Federation held a televised house show in the world’s most famous arena, Madison Square Garden in New York City, New York.

This live event featured the 1981 WWF Superstars and included World Heavyweight Champion Bob Backlund defending his title against Stan Hansen in a cage match.

The results can be found below:

The Great Yatsu defeated Terry Gunn

Killer Khan defeated Dominic DeNucci

WWF Intercontinental Title: Pedro Morales (C) defeated Moondog Rex

Pat Patterson wrestled Sergeant Slaughter to a double-DQ

Mil Mascaras defeated Moondog King

Steel Cage – WWF World Heavyweight Title: Bob Backlund (C) defeated Stan Hansen

Special Delivery Jones defeated Baron Mikel Scicluna

Leilani Kai & The Fabulous Moolah defeated Jill Fontaine & Suzette Ferrara

Rick Martel & Tony Garea defeated Johnny Rodz & Larry Sharpe

• Nikki Bella Sends A Message To John Cena During Her WWE Hall Of Fame Speech

The Bella Twins, Nikki & Brie, are officially WWE Hall Of Famers.

Nikki & Brie got inducted during tonight’s pre-taped Hall Of Fame ceremony. During their speech, they talked about how they brought new fans to WWE through their reality shows: Total Divas & Total Bellas.

Nikki thanked a lot of people, including her ex-fiance John Cena. Here’s what she said:

“John, thank you for helping me figure out this business and helping me find my fearless side.”

They ended their speech by saying their kids will come to WWE in about 18 years from now.

Also Check Out: Hollywood Hogan Brings Back The Big Gold Belt At WWE Hall Of Fame, Jokes About Defending It At WrestleMania 37

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