WWE SmackDown Women’s Champion Rhea Ripley has revealed a scrapped plan for her WrestleMania 39 appearance.
At the April event, Ripley notably defeated Charlotte Flair to win the SmackDown Women’s Title in a bout which many fans believe will be a match of the year contender.
Speaking on the Battleground podcast, Ripley noted that she wanted Motionless in White to perform her theme during her entrance, but they were on tour so couldn’t make it to ‘Mania.
Hopeful that this live entrance will happen at an upcoming WWE event, Ripley said:
“I have Chris Motionless singing my song right now. So, I would absolutely love the Motionless in White to perform me out to the ring.
“We were trying to do it for WrestleMania 39 but unfortunately, they had a tour in Germany, I believe, which was already rescheduled from the COVID era. So, they had to do that. They couldn’t pull out again.
“But I’m hoping that maybe SummerSlam or some sort of PLE, they’ll be there to perform me out to the ring because I would love to be on the stage with my musically talented twin Chris Motionless and the rest of Motionless in White.”
Rhea Ripley most recently defended her gold against Natalya at Night of Champions, defeating the wrestling veteran in just over a minute.
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