John Cena and Nikki Bella will Appear Publicly Together in an Important WWE Presentation
As reported by many news portals that Nikki Bella had broken her silence on social networks since it was announced the cancellation of her wedding with John Cena and the end of their relationship. Nikki showed the plaque she received from YouTube for having managed to overcome the figure of 1 million subscribers in her channel and reported that very soon they will upload new contents of the sisters to their official channel.
The last thing we know about this matter is that John Cena and Nikki Bella will appear together in public next week on the occasion of a presentation organized by NBCUniversal the company of which the channel E! is part The channel has sent a press release confirming the presence of Stephanie McMahon, John Cena, Brie Bella and Nikki Bella, representing Raw, SmackDown, Total Divas and Total Fine.
It should be noted that the presentation coincides with a key week for the future of WWE on television. UFC and ESPN have reached a media rights agreement for several years to broadcast exclusive live content from UFC on ESPN as well as on a variety of ESPN’s social, digital and television platforms in English and Spanish coming into effect in January 2019. This news is closely related to the future of WWE as FOX. the former home of UFC will have been in negotiations with the sports entertainment company to buy the TV rights of Raw and Smackdown as well as another type of content. However, that NBCUniversal has called the presentation and If Raw and SmackDown are named in the press release it could indicate that both parties are still negotiating to reach a renewal agreement.
The WWE agreement with NBCUniversal a communication company that owns USA Network, where RAW and SmackDown Live are currently being broadcast could end on September 30. Until then, WWE will continue to value other offers and seek new agreements. For months began the information of the first contacts with several companies, such as Facebook or Disney, but FOX remains the most likely option in case WWE leaves NBCUniversal.