Rhea Ripley Confirms Her Relationship With AEW Star

Rhea Ripley Confirms Her Relationship With AEW Star

It seems that RAW Megastar Rhea Ripley and AEW celebrity Buddy Matthews are dating. Ripley implied via Twitter on Sunday that she has been currently dating the friend Australian fighter, as shown below. The Nightmare’s verification happened to come after a fan on Twitter inquired as to what Matthews possessed that she did not. Ripley’s reaction was simple: Me.

Matthews is a regular on Ripley’s Twitch streams, as well as the two wrestlers frequently post videos of themselves trying to work out together on social media. Ripley has shared several videos of herself and Matthews being intimate in recent weeks, that has fueled fan rumours.

Ripley clarified her choice to switch on Liv Morgan in a later interview on last week’s RAW, which resulted in a brawl among the two women. The two former tag members are likely to experience off at the forthcoming WrestleMania Backlash Premium Live Event, but while this has not been clarified.

Meanwhile, on last week’s Dynamite, Matthews, Malakai Black, and Brody King of The House of Black escalated their feud with Penta Oscuro, PAC, and the returning Rey Fenix of Death Triangle. A Trios Match between the two stables is scheduled to take place soon. Rhea Ripley previously dated independent wrestler Demetri Action Jackson. Buddy Matthews has been previously involved to Alexa Bliss.

Rhea Ripley Appreciated Scott Garland

Rhea Ripley gave a lot of appreciation to Scott Garland, also known as Scotty 2 Hotty, for helping her out the most when she was going through the WWE Performance Center. The major one, as I usually say, Ripley continued, is Scotty 2 Hotty. He reminded me of my wrestling father. I was quite unhappy and down at the performance centre at one point, and it was entirely due to my profession. It was because of life generally, and I was in Scotty’s class with Raquel Gonzalez, and we were the only two girls in a room full of straight-up men, and Scotty believed in us the entire time. 

Every time he spotted someone bringing us down, he would pull us aside and tell us that we were doing terrific and that we were learning every day to keep our chins up and just keep hustling and pushing through. He taught me a great deal about the industry. I’ll be eternally grateful to him.

Sheena Bhandari is a Pro Wrestling Editor and enthusiast, working here at Clout News.