This week on RAW, Rhea Ripley accompanied The Judgment Day when they wrestled the team of AJ Styles and the World Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins on the main event of the show. Finn Balor and Damian Priest represented Judgment Day in this match.
During this match, an extremely funny moment took place when Seth Rollins slid outside of the ring and stood beside Rhea Ripley by putting his hand on her shoulders. Rhea did not realize that it was Seth Rollins at first and she thought it was one of the Judgment Day members.
But soon she realized that it was Seth, she totally panicked and she pushed him away. This week’s RAW was pretty boring but this was the best moment of the night without any doubt. WWE event posted a reel on this funny incident calling it the best moment of this week’s RAW.
This scenario was actually recreated from a funny incident that took place at the Survivor Series pay per view event of 2006 when The Heart Break Kid Shawn Michaels and Melina did the exact same thing. This was an amazing moment but with time fans almost forgot it until it was recreated this week on RAW again.
Rhea Ripley made a series of Tweets regarding the incident and she warned the World Heavyweight Champion by writing “You will regret this.” They may stretch this incident into a further storyline as Finn Balor is rumoured to win the World Heavyweight Championship soon, and the way Finn had been protected recently, maybe he is actually planned to win the World Heavyweight Championship soon.
The mentioned incident was so funny that Rhea Ripley almost broke kayfabe during it. Her smile was clearly visible and she was trying really hard to control her laughter. She would almost burst into laughter. But thankfully she was able to maintain her character.
Rhea squashed Natalya at WWE Night of Champions and it clearly showed how much WWE values her at this moment. She is a top star of the promotion right now and is not involved in any feud right now but we are pretty sure that she would get a worthy opponent soon.
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