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Reason Behind Top SmackDown Heels Coming To RAW, New Source Says John Cena “Is A Mess” After Breakup

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• New Source Reveals That Nikki Bella Isn’t Devastated, But John Cena “Is A Mess” After Their Breakup

While a source told PEOPLE Magazine that Nikki Bella was devastated after her breakup with John Cena and put Cena in bad light, another source has now informed Us Weekly that Nikki isn’t devastated after the breakup, but Cena “is a mess”.

This source also told Us Weekly the following:

“She’s in a place where she’s just exhausted by some of the things going on in the relationship. John is the love of her life and she adores him. They still speak. It’s just very hard. But right now, she has to focus on herself.”

• SmackDown Star Wanted To Be Removed From WWE For A Long Time

During an appearance on the All Things Wrestling Radio podcast, SmackDown Live Superstar Dolph Ziggler talked about how he wanted to be removed from WWE programming for a long time as he thought he didn’t belong on the show.

Below is what he said:

“I will say that I really begged and pleaded for a couple months off the television show because no matter how good I am or what I’m up to, it seems that 99 times out of 100 I would lose. I didn’t think that I deserved to be on the TV show if I was someone that was losing every night, so I asked to be taken off. I was hoping for maybe six months or a year and it ended up being four weeks.”

• Reason Behind Top SmackDown Heels Coming To RAW

As seen on this week’s RAW, top SmackDown Live heels like Jinder Mahal, Baron Corbin, Kevin Owens, Sami Zayn and other fresh faces like Bobby Roode & Drew McIntrye were brought to RAW.

According to DirtySheets.Net, all these fresh names were brought to RAW to be possible future opponents for Roman Reigns after “The Big Dog” eventually wins the Universal Championship.

This is also the reason why names like Seth Rollins & Finn Balor weren’t drafted to SmackDown Live, as WWE can book them in matches with Reigns on PPVs.

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