Rhea Ripley Addresses Male WWE Stars Not Hitting Her Back

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Rhea Ripley Addresses Male WWE Stars Not Hitting Her Back WWE

Rhea Ripley has addressed male WWE stars not being able to hit her back.

In May 2022, Rhea Ripley turned heel and aligned with The Judgment Day’s Edge and Damian Priest. Shortly thereafter, The Judgment Day ousted Edge from the group in favor of Finn Balor.

The group have become a prominent figure on Monday Night Raw with Ripley often being a difference maker due to male stars not being able to strike her back.

Most recently, the former Raw Women’s Champion has attacked all three members of The O.C. during their feud with her faction.

Speaking with Wes Styles of Rock 96.7, Ripley discussed The Judgment Day’s feud with The O.C. who recently added the returning Mia Yim to the fold.

“The Nightmare” welcomed AJ Styles, Karl Anderson and Luke Gallows to defend themselves against her.

She said:

“I invite the boys to hit me back. It’s not my fault that they don’t. So, I’m not going to hold back just because they are.”

In regards to her recent display of strength slamming Gallows, Ripley warned:

“I’m gonna pick them up. I’m gonna slam them. I’m gonna hit them. I’m gonna do anything that I want to do.”

Discussing her current role as an enforcer for The Judgment Day, Rhea stated:

“I’m having a lot of fun being a menace, just going out there and being the enforcer [for the Judgement Day].”

Rhea Ripley will compete in the Women’s War Games teaming with Bayley, Dakota Kai, IYO SKY and Nikki Cross to face Bianca Belair, Asuka, Alexa Bliss, Mia Yim and a mystery partner at Survivor Series on November 26.

Transcription via Wrestling Inc.

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