In a new interview, Rhea Ripley shares what WWE legend she would love to have a dream match with and she has some fantasy booking ideas.
With so many WWE stars returning to the ring for the Women’s Royal Rumble in 2022, members of the current roster have had the opportunity to be in the ring with some of their favorites.
Speaking to the Mark Andrews’ My Love Letter To Wrestling podcast, Ripley described her dream opponent, saying:
“I say this all the time, but I want to wrestle Beth Phoenix. I really do and if it was her that was holding, let’s say the Smackdown Women’s Championship because that’s one that I haven’t got yet. If it was me and Beth Phoenix for the Smackdown Women’s Championship in Adelaide, South Australia, dude, that would be absolutely incredible.
“And then if I were to win like, that would just top it off as well because then I would be the first person to hold the NXT UK, the NXT Women’s Championship, the bloody Raw, the Team Team, and the Smackdown Championships.”
Elsewhere in the conversation, Ripley discussed her time as the first NXT UK Women’s champion and what championship win has meant the most to her.
Rhea Ripley continues to be involved in a program with her former tag-team partner Nikki A.S.H. which saw them face off during the women’s Elimination Chamber match at the last WWE premium live event and then again on the subsequent episode of Monday Night Raw with Ripley picking up the victory.
Ripley joins another standout on the WWE women’s roster, Bianca Belair, who also recently discussed her dream to have a match with Beth Phoenix to WrestleTalk’s own Luke Owen in an exclusive interview.
Transcription via WrestlingInc
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