John Cena's Affair With Mickie James Caused WWE Relationship To End?

Doane claims that Cena had an affair with the now TNA Knockout and former Five Time WWE Woman's Champion that also ended Doane's own relationship with her.

Former WWE superstar Ken Doane (aka Kenny Dykstra from the Spirit Squad) claimed on Twitter this week that John Cena's current divorce stems from marital problems stemming from an adultery with Mickie James. Doane claims that Cena had an affair with the now TNA Knockout and former Five Time WWE Woman's Champion that also ended Doane's own relationship with her. Speaking to his followers, he said on the social media site today;
"... Broke up with her once I found out she was cheating with John. #Rat."
The former Spirit Squad member has been on something of a one-man vendetta against Cena in the past week. Earlier he claimed that Cena was a vocal voice in the WWE lobbying for Randy Orton to be fired for his recent suspension and also recalled a moment backstage at a tryout past November at a WWE show where Cena reportedly treated him with little respect. He said of that encounter;
"We were cool until last time I was there he hated me. Didn't even want to talk or shake hands. Everyone else was cool though."
A Twitter user has since accused Cena of spreading false claims and rumours about Cena, to which he responded;
"Everyone is entitled to their beliefs. I'm sure his in his marriage is a rumor by me too? Or is it truth being told?"
Cena's relationship with James was even turned into a WWE storyline in mid-2008. They remained close friends after the relationship ended right up until Cena got married to his childhood sweetheart Liz Huberdeau in 2009. Mickie James didn't take that well and according to Wrestling Observer Newsletter's Dave Meltzer was transferred from Raw to SmackDown later that year as she struggled to work around Cena.
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