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Rhea Ripley Knows WWE Fans Are Checking Out Her Butt In Her New Ring Gear

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• Rhea Ripley Knows WWE Fans Are Checking Out Her Butt In Her New Ring Gear

At Hell In A Cell 2022, The Judgment Day (Edge, Damian Priest & Rhea Ripley) defeated AJ Styles, Finn Balor & Liv Morgan.

During the ending moments of the match, Finn Balor was about to hit his finisher on Edge, but Ripley came in between.

Liv Morgan then took out Rhea. Finn then went for his finisher, but Edge countered and hit a Spear to pick up the win.

Ripley wore a different ring gear. You can check it out below:

Fans thought Rhea changed her ring gear now that she’s in Edge’s stable, but that’s not the case.

She tweeted the following reason behind her wearing a different ring gear:

“When your gear doesn’t arrive in time… You learn to utilize what you have 😏⚖️ #HIAC #YouAreWelcome”

Rhea’s new ring gear caused a buzz online and she knows why – everyone is checking out her butt!

A fan posted a photo of Rhea & Liv and wrote:

“This pic looks like Liv is checking out Rhea’s a$$ 😏🤭”

Ripley replied:

“Just like the rest of the WWE Universe…”

Rhea wore the same gear on RAW and won the main event to become the #1 contender for the RAW Women’s Championship.

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She will face Bianca Belair for the Title at Money In The Bank 2022.

Also Read: Edge Kicked Out Of His Own Stable, Former Universal Champion Is The New Leader

WATCH: Rhea Ripley’s Big Buns:

• Legendary WWF Ring Announcer Would Have Celebrated His Birthday

Legendary Old School WWF Ring Announcer “The Fink” Howard Finkel would have turned 72 today.

Howard Finkel worked as a ring announcer for the World Wrestling Federation (World Wide Wrestling Federation during his early days) from 1975 until 2016, although he became a part timer during the early 2000s.

The Fink appeared at every WrestleMania from the first one in 1985 till WrestleMania 32, including an appearance in a toga as “Finkus Maximus” during WrestleMania IX.

In 2009, he was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame by his close personal friend Mean Gene Okerlund.


June 7, 1950 – April 16, 2020

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