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first_imgBella began dating John Cena in 2012 and the duo became engaged five years later. Us Weekly broke the news in April 2018 that the pair had called it quits on their relationship. Cena, 43, later tied the knot with Shay Shariatzadeh in October.The former professional wrestler competed on Dancing With the Stars with Chigvintsev in 2017 while she was still in a relationship with Cena. However, she and the Dancing With the Stars pro didn’t become romantically involved until years later. Bella explained that watching Chigvintsev on season 29 of the ABC reality competition show made her reflect on their relationship.“I get asked this all the time, ‘You had to have felt something for Artem, right?’ Because of how close my breakup was,” she said. “And, I feel like I’m gonna hear it the rest of my life. I had to open up to Artem recently cause this is the first time Artem’s been back on Dancing With the Stars since we’ve been in a serious relationship. And I said, ‘I can’t help it, it brings me these feelings of what everyone thinks of, like, ‘You guys had to like each other, you had to be all these things’ and it was bringing up these emotions for me.”- Advertisement – Hindsight is 20/20! Nikki Bella revealed she’s been dreaming about her exes lately, but it’s only strengthened her feelings for her fiancé, Artem Chigvintsev.The Total Bellas star, 36, shared how her dreams helped her find “clarity” in her relationship with Chigvintsev, 38, on the Wednesday, November 4, episode of “The Bellas Podcast.”- Advertisement – She added, “It was making me feel like people just have this certain perception of me or of Artem and because of the timing of everything. And these dreams gave me clarity of that, and kind of took that feeling away.”Bella and the Russian dancer went Instagram official in January 2019. One year later, the couple announced their engagement via Instagram before they revealed they were expecting their first child together. Bella and Chigvintsev welcomed their baby boy, Matteo, in July.Listen to Us Weekly’s Hot Hollywood as each week the editors of Us break down the hottest entertainment news stories! “Well, what I found weird about my dreams is the season right now in this [mercury] retrograde, it’s supposed to be where we get a deeper understanding of ourselves and our journeys and our true purpose and even getting clarity on the past,” she said. “And my dreams have been that.”Nikki Bella Says Dreams About Her Exes Gave Her Clarity in Relationship With Artem ChigvintsevNikki Bella and Artem Chigvintsev MEGABella explained that she had “full on conversations” with her exes in her “vivid” dreams as if they “met up for coffee.” However, she noted that the dreams gave her insight on how her journey led her to Chigvintsev.“But what I just found weird is that I was having these dreams and that it was exactly what they said is going on right now,” she explained. “One thing it said is why things happen the way it did, and that’s why my clarity really hit me.”- Advertisement – – Advertisement –last_img read more

first_imgBLUE HILL — The George Stevens Academy boys’ tennis team leads the Class C North with a 7-1 record.GSA beat Dexter 4-1 on Monday.For singles, Beowulf Urban (GSA) beat William Strauch 8-1; Chandler Perkins (Dexter) beat Ben Politte 8-5; and Aidan Byrne (GSA) beat Jake Stevens 8-0. For doubles, Kent Fang and Leif Lyon-Miller (GSA) beat John Lane and George Lewis 8-3; and Joe Boulet and Christian Jones (GSA) beat Tyler Levesque and Hunter Speed 8-4.Dexter fell to 1-7.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textOther scores from the past week are as follows:BOYS’ TENNISFriday, May 13Old Town (4-7) 5, Ellsworth (1-8) 0Thursday, May 12DI-S (6-2) 3, Sumner (4-3) 2Wednesday, May 11GSA 4, Lee (3-5) 1Sumner 5, Calais (1-2) 0Ellsworth 3, WA (2-7) 2DI-S 4, Scheck/Stearns (3-6) 1GIRLS’ TENNISMonday, May 16GSA (6-2) 5, Dexter (0-8) 0Friday, May 13Ellsworth (5-4) 5, Old Town (1-10) 0Thursday, May 12DI-S 3, Sumner 2Wednesday, May 11GSA 3, Lee (4-4) 2Calais (2-1) 3, Sumner (1-6) 2Ellsworth 5, WA 0Schenck/Stearns (2-7) 4, DI-S (2-6) 1last_img read more

first_img Comments John Desko can watch as much tape of Syracuse’s opponents as he wants. But when it comes down to it, sometimes it doesn’t matter.‘I’ve seen this all year long,’ Desko said. ‘I’ve watched a lot of tape on the other teams, and the team that I’ve just watched tape on that play us are a different team when they play Syracuse. We bring out the best in everybody.’As the No. 1 Orange (6-0, 1-0 Big East) prepares to head to Philadelphia to play No. 11 Villanova (7-1, 0-0) on Saturday at 7 p.m., it’s once again expecting to play in a playoff-like game. That’s what happens when teams promote their games against Syracuse to be the most important of the season. For the Orange, though, it’s simply a matter of having to adjust.With a perfect start thus far, it hasn’t had much of a problem doing so. Desko said Villanova likely scheduled a night game on Saturday so the high school teams in the area can play their games during the day and then watch the Wildcats battle the Orange at night.‘That’s what we’ve been seeing so far, is just a challenge every week,’ Desko said. ‘And that comes with being No. 1 and comes with wearing an Orange jersey.’AdvertisementThis is placeholder textSyracuse has to go in prepared for everything because it never knows what exactly teams are going to throw at it. In seemingly every game, teams play better against Syracuse. And that’s been the case even more when it comes to opposing goaltenders, some of whom have struggled all season long until they play SU. All of a sudden, they become forces in between the pipes.Against Georgetown on March 12, Syracuse struggled getting the ball past Hoya goaltender Jack Davis. Going into the game, Davis was allowing an average of 14 goals per contest. Against the Orange, he was a completely different player. The game went into overtime, when Syracuse scored to get a 9-8 win. On paper, the game could have been a blowout.In Villanova’s biggest game of the season, getting the ball past goaltender Billy Hurley won’t get any easier. Hurley is allowing only about eight goals per game. It’s a challenge Syracuse has grown accustomed to.‘I think that a lot of the weekends we play, it’s been the game of the year for the other team,’ Desko said. ‘Hopefully, we’re getting used to that. … And that’s a good thing. If we survive it, it makes us stronger.’First, though, Syracuse has to break through Villanova’s stifling defense. Desko said he expects the Wildcats to play both man-to-man and zone defenses. It’s zone defenses, though, that have given Syracuse a problem all year.‘A lot of people want to take that shot from the outside and get that goal, and then that leads to mistakes,’ Keogh said. ‘When we call timeouts and Coach talks about patience and looking for that one shot, it’s worked for us so far.’But Keogh said instead of waiting until the fourth quarter to be patient and find the right shot, the Orange needs to do it from the very beginning. In practice, the SU coaches get the offense ready to see both styles of defense. Of course, whatever defense Villanova plays will be its best. That’s been the story of the Orange’s season.Although Villanova isn’t one of Syracuse’s most formidable opponents, it has the potential to be as tough a game as any the Orange has played. The Wildcats have already beaten three ranked opponents in Drexel, Pennsylvania and Princeton.‘We really need to buckle down,’ SU long-stick midfielder Joel White said. ‘I don’t think we’ve played a 60-minute game yet, and I think it’s going to be real tough for us.’Every game has been tough because of the way opponents ratchet up their level of intensity to try to be the one to take down Syracuse. That won’t be any different on Saturday.For Desko, there isn’t much of a drawback in playing opponents’ highest level of play. For a team aiming to win its third championship in four years, it’s only a benefit in the long term.Said Desko: ‘What doesn’t kill you hopefully makes you better.’cjiseman@syr.edu Published on March 23, 2011 at 12:00 pm Contact Chris: cjiseman@syr.edu | @chris_isemancenter_img Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more