Rhea Ripley

Rhea Ripley Specifies The Type of Injury That Has Sidelined Her

Rhea Ripley’s injury has been clarified thanks to a response on Instagram from the former WWE Raw Women’s Champion. We previously mentioned how the current Raw Women’s Champion Bianca Belair revealed on Monday’s WWE Raw that her planned opponent for the Money in the Bank Premium Live Event, Ripley, will be unable to contend due to injury.

There were no additional details provided at the time as to what was happening with the member of The Judgment Day faction. Along with a new post on instagram, a user commented on her photo, writing, You don’t look wounded like someone said. Ripley would protect herself, and her response provides some insight into her injuries.

Brain/teeth damage There is no evidence of a brain injury. Stop being inept and aiming for nothing. The ongoing injury could be related to a previous accident that needed her to have dental treatment. Ripley posted photos on June 8 of a metal wire that appears to hold her front teeth in place, the result of a stiff knee colliding with her mouth.

Because she was unable to compete at MITB on July 2, a new #1 contender for Belair’s Raw Women’s Championship was determined shortly after the announcement on Raw this week. Carmella defeated Alexa Bliss, Liv Morgan, Asuka, and Becky Lynch to earn a title shot at the Premium Live Event.

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.

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