Braun Strowman refuses to challenge Rhea Ripley!

During a recent interview on Sportskeeda, Strowman expressed on the issue

by Lorenzo Ciotti
Braun Strowman refuses to challenge Rhea Ripley!
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During a recent interview on Sportskeeda WrestleBinge, Braun Strowman was asked if he would be interested in facing Rhea Ripley in the ring, with the wrestler declining the offer, stating: “She doesn't want any of that.

I'm a gentleman. a Southern gentleman. I was taught a long time ago that you have to open doors for women, and that's all." Meanwhile, Rhea Ripley continues her glorious career in WWE, facing not only women, but also men, like her when she entered the ring for a match against Akira Tozawa.

Additionally, she often found herself making moves on her male colleagues during Judgment Day matches, fueling the idea that she might one day do some real intergender matches at the Stamford company.

Rhea Ripley and her dreams

Speaking to Sportskeeda Wrestling's Riju Dasgupta in September 2023, Rhea Ripley was asked to name her intergender dream matches.

The Eradicator mentioned the names of Rey Mysterio and Edge, not even excluding Randy Orton: "I have a lot of male dream matches. Obviously I'd love to slap Dom Mysterio's dad to knock some sense into him. I think me versus Rey Mysterio would be absolutely amazing, and I'd put him in his place.

Then there's also Edge. I'd like to face Edge. He was the leader of Judgment Day at one point, and Mami doesn't like to be bossed around by anyone. I don't like to feel like I have anyone in charge, and that's why Judgment Day works so well now.

So I still have a lot of pent up aggression against Edge that I'd like to let out. But then there's another person that everyone keeps suggesting to me, and that's Randy Orton. They want Randy to come back, so I can get the RKO, because he still sticks his nose in men's business.

Rhea Ripley keeps hitting the men, they can't hit her back. They can hit me. They simply choose not to. Do you know why? Because they know their place, they know their role, and they know that Mami is always on top."

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