Rhea Ripley Backside Is Toned Beyond Belief In Video

WWE SmackDown Women’s Champion Rhea Ripley is one of the popular stars of the company. ‘The Eradicator’ has posted several workout videos on her Instagram handle, showcasing how she keeps herself in shape for high-profile bouts. She dropped the workout video of back workout and the caption read:



“Back day ✨”

Ripley defeated Charlotte Flair at WrestleMania 39 to become the SmackDown Women’s Champion. She is currently preparing for her first title defense at the Backlash event on May 6, 2023, against Zelina Vega.

Rhea Ripley is also remarkable on the mic. She recently spoke to Richard Deitsch on the Sports Media Podcast where she talked about how much creative freedom she had while cutting promos on the mic. Needless to say, Rhea is currently one of the top stars of WWE. She said:

“It really goes week to week. I’ve had a couple of promos where I didn’t get too much of a say because there were things they wanted to get across. Obviously, they’re like, ‘Yes, you can word it in your own way but we pretty much want it exactly like this.’ It gets to the point sometimes where I’m like, I don’t even know how to reword this because it’s not really the way that I would speak, so I might just say it exactly how it is and just try and put my own twang on it, maybe throw a ‘mate’ in there or a ‘Rhea bloody Ripley’ or something.”

“A lot of the time, a lot of the backstages, I get free range. Most of the time, I don’t really read my promos until right before doing them because I don’t want to be stressing about it too much, especially when I’m out there with the boys [Judgment Day]. We go out there and we bounce off each other. We help each other through it. A lot of the time, we just mingle out there.

“We’re just saying random things, hyping each other up and helping each other out. It’s such an art to be able to go out there and just wing it. That’s where the fun comes from and why the fans gravitated towards me and the Judgment Day, especially with our backstages. We go into it knowing we’re going to have fun. ‘Let’s mess with this person a little bit,’ we go out there and start saying things we want to say. Most of the time it’s dumb. Dom will go out there and start talking all prison talk and we’re all hype guys behind him.”

Barry Russell
Barry Russell
A dedicated pro wrestling follower for more than a decade

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