Cena took to Twitter to express his gratitude to the World Wrestling Entertainment network for letting him propose in the ring after he and Bella won their mixed tag team match. "I want to thank my always expressive 'family,' the @WWEUniverse for allowing me to have a #WrestleMania moment that I will NEVER forget!" he exclaimed.
Bella -- whose non-stage name is Stephanie Nicole Garcia-Colace -- was also over-the-moon about the engagement. "My Prince Charming made me his Queen in a place we call home," she tweeted, along with photos that showcased her gorgeous ring. "Last night was truly unforgettable. A dream come true!"
The bride-to-be's sister, Brie Bella, went on to share her excitement on the siblings' joint Twitter account. "Happy tears!!!! They always felt married to me but to see it...wow!!!" Brie wrote. "Welcome to the family John Cena."
On Monday's Today show, Cena and Bella -- who have been dating since 2012 -- talked about their engagement with Al Roker, who witnessed the moment firsthand. Cena admitted that while he previously played coy with Roker about his plans to pop the question, he had been planning the engagement for "a long time." As for who knew that he would be getting down on one knee, Cena revealed that he only told one other person.
"I never actually would have thought that he would have proposed in front of all those people, but that's home for us, WWE is our home, it's where we met, it's our passion, it's our life," Bella chimed in. "Honestly, I could not ask for it to be any other way."
This is the second marriage for both Cena and Bella. Cena was married to Elizabeth Huberdeau from 2009 to 2012, while Bella tied the knot when she was 20 and the marriage annulled three years later.
These two aren't the only ones who are celebrating an engagement. ET caught up with country crooner Sam Hunt at Sunday night's 52nd Academy of Country Music Awards, and he dished on popping the question to Hannah Lee Fowler and rocking an engagement ring of his own.