Rhea Ripley: "My injury was a blessing!"



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Rhea Ripley: "My injury was a blessing!"

Considered one of the strongest and most interesting female athletes, Rhea Ripley in WWE is considered a high profile top name. Thanks to her presence, Judgment Day is getting an excellent response from the public, despite the stable being a heel.

Also, thanks to Nightmare, Dominik Mysterio has managed to shake off the heavy legacy of his father Rey Mysterio, betraying him to go to the side of the bad guys. The Australian's injury, however, put her out of the game for a long time, losing the opportunity to fight, among other things, at the PLE Money in the Bank.

During an episode of RAW a few months ago, Rhea Ripley defeated Alexa Bliss, Doudrop and Liv Morgan in a fatal four way, thus becoming # 1 Contender for Bianca Belair's RAW Women's Championship. However, due to an unfortunate mouth injury, which also caused a slight concussion to the head, Ripley missed that opportunity.

In an interview with the New York Post, The Eradicator expressed her thoughts on what happened to her and hes break from WWE: "When I think about it, missing that Premium Live Event, Money in the Bank no, was great, a blessing in disguise.

As hard as the injury was and how upsetting it was, I benefited from it. Bianca and I, it's something that shouldn't be rushed and we don't want to rush it. It has to give the audience that kind of feeling pleasant, that when you watch you say: Wow, this is really great.

We want our names to be engraved in the history of this company and in the history of wrestling. We want to leave our legacy where we can be in the ring together and work magic." Now Rhea Ripley will have the opportunity to fight in a high caliber match at the Survivor Series War Games, where she will participate in the Women's War Games with Damage CTRL and Nikki Cross to face RAW champion Bianca Belair, Alexa Bliss, Asuka, Mia Yim and a mysterious opponent.