Rhea Ripley reveals her ambitions
by SIMONE BRUGNOLI | VIEW 4119
After a recent turn on her tag team partner Liv Morgan, following some defeats suffered in pay-per-view and in the weekly episodes, Rhea Ripley has become a heel and joined the stable Judgment Day, previously formed by Edge, the leader, and Damian Priest.
Her participation in the stable was made known when she intervened in the Rated R Superstar match during Wrestlemania Backlash to put AJ Styles in trouble and allow the leader to win. Speaking with 99.5 WKDQ, the Australian wrestler said that she is looking forward to learning from her two adventure mates after in the last episode of Raw during a promo, she declared that she had taken them as an example to be reborn in a dark moment.
Rhea Ripley is ready
"Edge is an incredible talent and has gone through so many different matches and has done so many things in this company and I intend to learn a lot from him in the coming months, if not years. I am very excited to work with him and he can definitely help me.
to climb the ladder very quickly," Rhea Ripley said. "He knows a lot about this business and I am very excited to work with him as I am looking forward to learning all the lessons he is going to teach me along the way. It will be a huge learning curve for me and I am very excited." While on Damian Priest, his great friend in real life since NXT, he said: "Damian and I have been friends for a long time.
We have been talking about doing intergender tag matches for a long time since we are more or less the same person. . Our gear is very similar, the way we look at life is quite similar, we behave the same, we have the same likes and dislikes.
Even when I lost my gear, luckily he was on the show because I wore his pants and I wrestled with his gear." Ripley also recalled the time she lost her gear at a WWE Live Event but was able to borrow The Archer of Infamy's pants, which fit her perfectly.
She said: "Yeah, Damian and I, we've been mates for a long time, we've talked about doing intergender tag matches. For the longest time, we're pretty much the same human, our gear is very very same similar, the way that we look at life is pretty similar, and we act the same.
We have the same likes and dislikes, hell, even when I lost my gear, lucky he was on the show because I wore his pants out."