Rhea Ripley

Rhea Ripley Reveals Why She Chose To Compete For Flair’s SmackDown Women’s Championship

At WrestleMania 39, Rhea Ripley and Charlotte Flair plan to resume their rivalry. The victor of the 2023 Women’s Royal Rumble, Ripley, made a promo for the 1/30 WWE Raw detailing why she chose to compete for Flair’s SmackDown Women’s Championship at the Showcase of Immortals rather than Bianca Belair’s “Raw” Women’s Championship.

Before asking The Queen to a grudge match, Ripley brought up the fact that she had never defeated Flair in a singles battle. Everyone is about to rise to Rhea Ripley, therefore, I suggest you take advantage of them kneeling down to The Queen. “I will put you in your place at WrestleMania, Charlotte Flair, you have my vote!”

At WrestleMania 36, Ripley and Flair had previously faced off for the “NXT” Women’s Championship, which Flair ultimately chose to pursue instead of the main roster titles. When Flair was the “Raw” Ladies’ Champion in the summer of 2021, the two women engaged in a series of title fights, with Flair winning at Money in the Bank and Hell in a Cell.

WrestleMania 39

This means that, excluding live events and dark matchups, Flair has a perfect 3-0 record versus Ripley in singles battles. It will be interesting to watch if, in the run-up to WrestleMania 39, The Eradicator goes over to the “SmackDown” brand after Ripley declared her pursuit of the blue brand title.

Even before joining WWE, Rhea Ripley was regarded as one of the best female wrestlers in the world. One of the best decisions in recent memory, the corporation signed her because they believed in her. Ripley is only 26 years old, which is difficult to comprehend. She is ten years past her peak, so it is very amazing that she is still this good.

For the Australian, who triumphed in the Royal Rumble battle last Saturday, the sky is the limit. A few years ago, The Nightmare was one of wrestling’s most promising performers.Before joining WWE, Rhea Ripley messed around in the indie circuit. She spent several years of her career as a wrestler with Riot City Wrestling (RCW).

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