WWE Legend John Cena Reveals Beard After Break-Up From Nikki Bella
Sit down and have a minute because we're going to show you John Cena's shocking new look and you might need to take a break, have a brew.
Having been dating since 2012, Cena, 40, proposed to Bella, 34, a year ago at Wrestlemania 33 in a very public display.
The couple said in a statement: "While this decision was a difficult one, we continue to have a great deal of love and respect for one another. We ask that you respect our privacy during this time in our lives."
And a month after the split the WWE superstar unveiled a new look much to the shock of fans. We know you're waiting with bated breath.
The 16-time world champ has been seen sporting a beard for the first time since his debut in WWE after he was pictured with pals on a night out sporting a moustache and goatee.
Alright, alright - here it is.
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Cena has previously revealed that he spends up to an hour a day shaving. Not no more, champ.
He told PeopleStyle: "I'm constantly trying to stay up on fine lines in my skin and that stuff, so I'm a lot more grooming-centric than you would realise. My routine is a lot more than you would think - I'd say it's a strong seven and a half out of 10.
"I'm completely man-scaped from head to toe - from the ears down - so that takes a bit of time."
His appearances with WWE have been spared since he announced the break-up with Nikki three weeks before the couple were due to wed.
It is thought that their falling out will become the main focus of reality show Total Bellas.
Wrestling fans became worried for Cena after he posted some emotional snaps on Instagram following the breakdown of his relationship.
He posted a photo on his Instagram that quoted a Walt Whitman poem, it simply reads: "We were together. I forget the rest.
"He followed that post up with one that was a bit more lighthearted - or possibly a bit more worrying, depending on how you look at it.
"He posted a picture of The Simpsons character Comic Book Guy with an adaptation of his famous catchphrase that said: "Worst Day Ever."
Hopefully the goatee is now helping, fingers crossed.
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