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Chad Johnson continues to fight for the heart of his soon-to-be ex-wife Evelyn Lozada, as it's being reported that Johnson is holding out on signing divorce papers, which would officially end his marriage to the Vh1 reality TV star.
After being arrested for head-butting Lozada back in August, Johnson has since gotten a tattoo of Lozada's face placed on his leg. He's even tweeted about Lozada as his wife -- even though Lozada is ready to divorce Johnson.
Sources are telling TMZ that Johnson refuses to sign divorce papers or appear at any of the divorce proceedings because he doesn't want to get a divorce. The source goes on to say that Johnson believes in his heart that he can actually win back Evelyn.
In reality, Lozada doesn't need Johnson's signature to be granted a divorce. In Florida, Lozada can ask a judge for approval to be divorced from Johnson.
People close to Lozada are saying that NO WAY would she go back to Chad under any circumstances.
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