Which Two Superstars Got Secretly Married This Week, Just As WWE Split Them Up? (#TotalDivas SPOILERS)

 

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There were more than just ring bells playing at WWE pro wrestling events this week. Longtime couple Renee Young and Dean Ambrose got married prior to Monday Night Raw. Dating for three years, Ambrose and Young's relationship was mostly avoided on television, until Young joined the regular cast of WWE reality show Total Divas, where the relationship became an on-air storyline. The relationship was even recently the crux of a feud between Ambrose and the Miz after The Miz made inappropriate comments about Young and Ambrose's relationship while being interviewed by Young on Smackdown.

But Monday night on Raw, viewers noticed that Ambrose seemed to be wearing a wedding ring, and Young was spotted with a matching one on Smackdown. On Talking Smack later, Young was teased by both Dolph Ziggler and Kevin Owens about the ring, before finally coming clean on social media this morning:

https://twitter.com/ReneeYoungWWE/status/852103416407097344

But let's back up a second. The reason Ambrose's wedding ring was spotted on Raw is because Ambrose was switched to the Monday night brand during this week's Superstar Shake-Up, with Young staying behind on Smackdown. Oddly enough, the threat of a split between superstar couples was the subject of last week's episode of Total Divas, though only Paige and Alberto Del Rio ended up being separated by the WWE draft.

So it looks like, once Total Divas, which is filmed months advance, finally gets around to covering this time period, we can probably look forward to the thrill of Dean Ambrose and Renee Young's on-screen wedding, and the drama of their split to different weekly television shows. So, probably some time next season. Uh… spoiler alert.

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