WWE Superstar John Cena proposed fellow wrestler and long time girlfriend, Nikki Bella after winning a tag team match against The Miz and Maryse, who are a married couple in real life at WrestleMania.
The former WWE Champion popped the question with an attendance of 70,000 fans.
"This is what you wanted over a year ago." Cena started the proposal with an emotional speech after the couple's big win.
He further added, "You broke your neck and did everything you could to come back because you wanted a WrestleMania moment. I'm so very proud of you."
"Right before your surgery, there would be a time when you would be a little loopy and I could ask you anything I wanted. If you gave me an honest answer, you wouldn't remember what you said. After a year and half, you asked me all the time. I promised I would tell you when the time is right. The time is right." The Trainwreck star continued.
He went on to say, "You were kinda glassy, in and out. At the last moment, I said, "Can you hear me?" You said, "Yes." I said, "I only have one question." You said, "What is it?"'
"Do you know one day I'm going to marry you? And you said, 'Yes'. I just need you to say yes one more time." the 39-year old wrestler then produced a ring as he dropped down to one knee.
He said: "I've been waiting so long to ask you this. Stephanie Nicole Garcia-Colace, will you marry me?"
The WWE Diva who have been dating Cena since 2012, answered his question with a kiss.
Nikki's twin sister and fellow WWE diva, Brie Bella, congratulated the newly engaged couple on Twitter. She posted: "Happy tears!!!! They always felt married to me but to see it...wow!!! Welcome to the family @JohnCena"
Happy tears!!!! They always felt married to me but to see it...wow!!! Welcome to the family @JohnCena— Nikki & Brie (@BellaTwins) April 3, 2017
Cena was previously married to Elizabeth Huberdeau, and divorced her in 2012.
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