Rhea Ripley: "The chemistry between me and Charlotte is brutal"



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Rhea Ripley: "The chemistry between me and Charlotte is brutal"

With this we are in two rivalries between Rhea Ripley and Charlotte Flair, with the first that took place after the queen won the Royal Rumble 2020, making the decision to aim for the title of NXT champion at the time held by Rhea.

In fact, the two for weeks have teased and beaten in the Raw and NXT ring, making us understand how hard this rivalry was, how much there was the desire for both to establish themselves in the business as the best. The rivalry then culminated in a wonderful match at Wrestlemania 36, ​​probably the most beautiful of the entire edition, with Rhea who unfortunately did not enjoy the live crowd due to COVID.

Now, however, the two have been in a feud for practically after Wrestlemania 37, when Rhea took over from Charlotte against Asuka and took the title away from her, causing health problems for the Nature Boy's daughter.

The rivalry could finally end on Sunday at Money In The Bank, in their single match, with Rhea holding the belt or Charlotte winning it and becoming a fourteen-time champion. Speaking with Planeta Wrestling, the current Raw champion talked about the chemistry that exists between her and Charlotte, which seems to have grown over time: "I feel like our chemistry has become more brutal.

We definitely know each other and we know each other's strategies and I know I have to have my eyes behind her head every time I step into the ring with her or even without her no doubt, she will always be around somewhere lurking.

Our chemistry definitely took that turn where we wanted to punch ourselves in the face as hard as possible. We are at that point where we don't care about each other and want to fight. One of us will end up winning and it will be me."

Will Brock Lesnar return to Money in the Bank?

It's now over a year that Brock Lesnar has disappeared from WWE's radar but WWE Universe fans have been waiting for months and probably 'hoping' for a sensational return of The Beast Incarnate, absent specifically from the match against Drew McIntyre at Wrestlemania 36.

The contract of the former WWE Champion has long since expired, there have been several rumors about Lesnar, even about his arrival in All Elite Wrestling, but the reality is that the wrestler is waiting for any new and good offers.

In recent weeks there has been a lot of discussion about a sensational return of Brock Lesnar in WWE, in particular in that of SummerSlam and this thing could presuppose a return of the wrestler during the Pay per View of Hell in A Cell.

In the course of Raw Talk the wrestler of the red show Ricochet, wrestler who will be a participant in the Ladder Match in Money in the Bank has launched an interesting possibility, something that could shock both the WWE Universe and the insiders, here are his words : "This is only my second Money in the Bank Match, already in the first time Brock Lesnar appeared out of nowhere and cost the match.

I hope he won't show up again because it would be bad news for all of us." Ricochet's reminiscent occasion is the 2019 Multi-Man Ladder Match when Brock Lesnar appeared out of nowhere and won the briefcase. On that occasion the other participants in the event were Randy Orton, Finn Balor, Drew McIntyre, Andrade, Ali and Baron Corbin as well as of course Ricochet.

For some time there has been talk of a possible return to Brock Lesnar's Smackdown that could launch a challenge and create a dream match against WWE Tribal Chief Roman Reigns, a match that all WWE dreams of and awaits and that could also see among the protagonists also Paul Heyman with the Mad Genius protagonist first in the career of The Beast Incarnate as Manager and now as adviser to the currently most important wrestler within the WWE.