Kenn Doane, who appeared as Kenny of the Spirit Squad and Kenny Dykstra for WWE from 2006 to 2008, blames an affair between John Cena and Mickie James for ruining his relationship with the former Diva and costing him his job. Doane reveals that Cena was having a second affair with a then-WWE Diva who was married to a man not involved with the professional wrestling industry.
Doane says he discovered James had been cheating on him with the Cenation leader when he caught her searching online rumors of her act of infidelity with the query “Mickie James dating John Cena.”
“Upon confronting her about it, “She stared at [the computer] for like legit two minutes and I’m looking at her like “Did you forget how to read? Say something, WTF.” She got up and ran into the other room crying saying she was sorry and she felt bad and admitted to it.”
While recalling the matter, Doane says Cena was having an affair with a second WWE Diva.
“I don’t have John’s number so I call his diva ‘road’ girlfriend. I ask her if she knows anything about it and she says she had a feeling because John recently dumped her and she is over him now,” Doane says.
Cena’s sexual escapades were not solely limited to WWE Divas as he was simultaneously involved with ‘ring rats’. Doane details, “Got one diva who is married to a guy outside of the business but she sleeps with Cena, then we got Cena who sleeps with rats (groupies, girls not in the biz, girls in the lobby waiting for an invite upstairs) and this married diva, and now my girlfriend.”
Following weeks of inactivity stemming from the affair, Doane was transferred to the SmackDown brand on June 17, 2007, as part of the WWE Supplemental Draft. Doane reveals that the married Diva was transferred from Raw to SmackDown as well after being dumped by Cena.
“Following weeks I’m off TV and off the road until I get sent to SmackDown. Ironically, John’s former Diva got sent too,” Doane recalls. “So now we’re on complete separate schedules and when there is a joint pay-per-view I’m off the road that day too and get flown in on a Monday for a Tuesday Smackdown. Yeah complete B.S. I get jobbed out then they take me off the road more and fire me.”
Two WWE Divas transferred from Raw to SmackDown in the 2007 WWE Supplemental Draft—and the entire year—Torrie Wilson and Victoria. Wilson was in the process of divorcing Billy Kidman. Victoria has been married to a man not affiliated with the professional wrestling industry since 1998, matching Doane’s claim.
On November 10, 2008, WWE announced Doane had been released from his contract. While discussing his termination with John Laurinaitis, he was informed that his decision to speak publicly on Cena and James’ affair will determine whether WWE offers him employment again in the future.
“When Johnny Ace called me to fire me I asked him if this is why I’m getting fired,” Doane recalls. “He told me we don’t have anything for you and depending on whether you choose to discuss this issue will determine on if your allowed to come back in the future.”
Doane ultimately concludes that he wants to be open and honest.
“Going forward I have no reason but to speak the truth and to make all this up would be absolutely insane. I’m not saying you have to believe anything I say but that is the truth,” he says. “WWE portrays Cena as this big hero and savior to all of us but truth be told that is a character he plays much like me as a cheerleader. When watching wrestling, know you’re watching a show and not real life situations or scenarios. We are basically live comic books brought to life and make short action movies for you to enjoy.”
The full interview is available here.
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