Rhea Ripley Sad Health Bombshell Leaks

Viper Reports have stated that Rhea Ripley will not be defending her Women’s World Championship at the Money In The Bank Premium Live Event for a sad health-related reason.



It appears Rhea Ripley will not be defending the WWE Women’s World Championship at Money In The Bank, she did speak recently on how her knee keeps popping out in matches, so it makes sense as to why she hasn’t worked a televised match since the Natalya squash in Saudi Arabia.

Rhea Ripley has undoubtedly become one of the most prominent and popular female WWE Superstars of the current era. Her unwavering dedication to her craft and exceptional in-ring skills have garnered her a massive fanbase. And now, it seems that Ripley is on the verge of breaking a significant WWE record that has stood for two decades.

As a key member of The Judgment Day faction, Rhea Ripley’s star continues to rise with each passing week. Her current form is unparalleled, and she is undeniably at the peak of her abilities. Ripley has established herself as the Smackdown Women’s Champion, and her dominance has extended beyond the women’s division. She has taken on and defeated several male WWE Superstars, including the likes of Luke Gallows and Akira Tozawa, proving her prowess and strength.

In a recent episode of Monday Night RAW, both Seth Rollins and Rhea Ripley recreated an iconic spot, sparking tensions between the two. This interaction has further fueled their rivalry. It is worth noting that Ripley recently expressed her desire to compete for men’s titles within WWE, demonstrating her ambition to push boundaries and break barriers.

Interestingly, it has been two decades since a woman last challenged for the WWE Championship. The legendary Fabulous Moolah and Stephanie McMahon were both unsuccessful in their respective attempts. Should Rhea Ripley step up to challenge Seth Rollins for the prestigious WWE World Heavyweight Title, she would make history by breaking this 20-year record. Such an accomplishment would solidify her status as a trailblazer and revolutionize the landscape of women’s wrestling in WWE.

Harrison Carter
Harrison Carter
Harrison Carter has been a huge pro wrestling fan since 2002, and it's been his first love ever since then. He has years of writing experience for all things pro wrestling. His interests outside of wrestling include films, books and soccer.

Related Articles

Latest Articles