WWE SmackDown Women’s Champion Rhea Ripley is interested in having more intergender matches against male WWE stars.
Since Ripley defeated Akira Tozawa on the December 19, 2022 edition of Raw, fans have been pitching opponents from WWE’s men’s division for the Eradicator.
With Ripley recently having confrontations with the likes of Solo Sikoa and Seth Rollins, there are many stars who Ripley could have serious rivalries with.
Speaking with FOX 61, Ripley noted that she loves to beat up men, so would love for WWE to put her in more matches in the men’s division.
Discussing the possibility of more intergender matches, she said:
“I’m not too sure. So, for me, I would like to see it just for the pure fact that I also love beating up the men.
“I love showing them exactly who I am and proving my dominance. And it’s a different kind of excitement for me because you get to see the fear in their eyes when they realize that they’ve taken you lightly.
“Like they didn’t take you as a threat to begin with. So, I hope so for me, but I’m not too entirely sure what the future holds.”
Ripley most recently defended her SmackDown Women’s Title at Night of Champions 2023, defeating Natalya in just over one minute.
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