One of the news that had given more hype to members of the WWE Universe in recent days was that which included the official debut in the rings of the main roster of the former NXT champion, Rhea Ripley, who had already once landed on the red show ring for challenge last year's Royal Rumble winner Charlotte Flair to a match for WrestleMania.
After taking part in this year's Rumble for Women, Ripley was permanently committed to the Raw roster, with her call from NXT finally coming after years of working in the ring on the Wednesday night's yellow show.
Again, Rhea Ripley wanted to leave WWE Universe fans in awe, immediately launching a very important challenge on the day of her debut in the rings that matter, with Asuka, immediately being targeted by the Australian WWE athlete, who already knows well what he wants from the main roster.
Rhea Ripley will be taking Charlotte Flair's spot at WrestleMania 37
After seeing Asuka suffer and not a little in her match of the evening against Peyton Royce, Rhea Ripley revealed herself in front of the Japanese of Monday Night Raw, with the absence due to the covid of Charlotte Flair that left her so free to go directly on the upper floors, those that matter, without going through intermediate streets.
After her match, Asuka was in fact challenged by Rhea Ripley to a match valid for the Raw Women's Championship in WrestleMania 37, with the Japanese who almost immediately accepted the challenge that suddenly rained on her and that the WWE made official in the lap of very few seconds.
After seeing plans for the women's title change dramatically with Lacey Evans leaving the scene, realizing she was pregnant a few weeks ago, just before her titled match against Asuka, WWE changes the cards once again, basing an unprecedented match in the rings of the main roster, between the Australian punk warrior and the Japanese one from Monday Night Raw, in a match that fans are already looking forward to.
Rhea Ripley's debut and challenge more or less confirm that Charlotte Flair will not be involved in the RAW Women's title picture. The Queen had challenged Asuka a few weeks ago on RAW. However, Charlotte confirmed today that she has tested positive for COVID-19.
Despite this, there is a possibility that she could make her return before WrestleMania 37 and be added to the match. If that does happen, then perhaps WWE can book a Triple Threat Match for the RAW Women's Championship at this year's WrestleMania.