John Cena's divorce war has reportedly come to an end, with Cena and Elizabeth Huberdeau agreeing to let bygones be bygones.
According to a report from celebrity gossip magazine TMZ Cena and Huberdeau had agreed to "bury the hatchet" and move on with their lives following a fierce battle over recent months.
Cena suddenly filed for divorce from Huberdeau in May, wanting to end their three year marriage. However, Huberdeau was not expecting the development and following the shock, quickly came out fighting.
Huberdeau quickly sought to challenge the couple's prenuptial agreement in an effort to make her ex-husband pay for treating her poorly in the split. She also made allegations that she had reason to believe Cena was committing adultery and sleeping around with another woman behind her back.
As things continued to escalate, media outlets expected a huge divorce war to break out. However, in new developments today TMZ has reported that Huberdeau's divorce attorney Raymond Rafool has confirmed the pair have worked beyond their differences now. He said, "All matters [in the divorce] have been settled and resolved amicably," according to TMZ.
Rafool did not give any further details about how the couple had suddenly been able to come to an amicable settlement, and the terms of the settlement have also been made confidential.
Cena has yet to come out and confirm the settlement has been reached, but he is likely to do so in the coming days.