Rhea Ripley loves being in the ring with Charlotte Flair

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Rhea Ripley loves being in the ring with Charlotte Flair

The one between Charlotte Flair and Rhea Ripley was one of the rivalries in women's wrestling dress that characterized the entire period of COVID, but it began precisely in 2019. Obviously, during the Survivor Series, we only had a taste of what the two could offer us, while the main course came in January 2020 after the Queen's victory at the Royal Rumble.

Interviewed by Jim Varsallone of the Miami Herald, Rhea Ripley talked about her journey with Charlotte Flair in WWE. On their encounters, she said, “He's always tough enough [laughs]. Getting in the ring with Charlotte teaches me a lot about myself.

I love getting into the ring with her, the competition is always difficult and she doesn't hold back. She puts everything she has of her into it and I love that about her. In the ring, we go crazy and everything gets brutal between us."

Rhea Ripley pays tribute to Charlotte Flair

Their rivalry has now ended in Summerslam, with the two often finding themselves in the ring as a team, such as when they fought with Asuka to get to Wrestlemania Backlash, or more recently with Nikki A.S.H.

which now seems to have joined the Nightmare in their journey on Raw. Rhea Ripley had also recently defended Charlotte who is often attacked on her social media: “Charlotte receives a lot of shit on the internet […] As a colleague, I love being in the ring with Charlotte and I definitely learn a lot from her.

[…] As I said, she holds her pieces of her together very well and is a very confident person, which is something I admire a lot. She impresses me knowing everything she goes through; how strong she is and how much she does not care about the opinion of others.

I think it's fantastic”. As the match approached its final stages, Nia Jax and Charlotte Flair reportedly managed to get back on the same page and executed the finish as initially booked by the WWE. The RAW superstars also had no issues backstage after the match, as tensions had already cooled down before they worked towards the match's climax.