Rhea Ripley

Rhea Ripley says that the women’s division is doing things right

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WWE Superstar Rhea Ripley has been the most happening women wrestler since her alignment with the Judgment Day faction. She has been playing the role of the protector of the faction and has also taken on men while performing her duties.

But Rhea made a statement this week as she won the 30 women Royal Rumble match by eliminating Liv Morgan in the dying stages.

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She also made a record of becoming the first woman to start the match and ultimately win it. During the post-event press conference, Ripley said that the Women’s Royal Rumble proved that the female division is doing things right.

“So I’ve watched bits and pieces of [the Men’s Royal Rumble]. Obviously, I was out there for a little bit as well. I got Speared on the concrete. Thank you, Beth [Phoenix]. But you know, I got up, and I won.

So it doesn’t matter,” she said to Ariel Helwani of BT Sport. “There’s always competition between us and the men. Normally, the women were always on first, so the thing that we say is ‘follow that,’ but we were on second this time, so obviously, we’ve been doing it right the last few years because we’ve made it down the card. We got to go on semi-main, really put on a show, and get the time and just go out there and show everyone what the women can do.”

“I just have knee problems. I’ve always had them growing up playing soccer. My kneecap just sometimes slides out of place, and it sort of goes to the side. Sometimes it will go to the very back of my knee, and then I just have to straighten it, and it goes back. It hasn’t done it for years. So I don’t know what made it do it. I guess I haven’t drank enough water today or eaten enough. Yeah, it slid out for a little bit, but I popped it back in straight away,” 

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