Rhea Ripley has established herself as a dominant force in WWE, cementing her status as one of the top female Superstars through her relentless determination and dedication to the sport. She has achieved numerous championship titles and is known for her fierce competitive spirit, fearlessly taking on any opponent, regardless of gender. She also had a tremendous performance during the Women’s Royal Rumble match, but it seems she dislocated her knee during the match.
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The Women’s Royal Rumble match was the second-last match on the card for the Royal Rumble match and it featured numerous special returns, including the likes of Chelsea Green.
Rhea Ripley came out at number one and had the odds stacked against her. In the end, she won the match by eliminating Liv Morgan and punched her ticket to WrestleManai 39.
While speaking during the post-Royal Rumble press conference, Rhea Ripley talked about her condition during the match. Ripley revealed that she dislocated her knee during the Women’s Royal Rumble match.
I’m obviously very beat up. My knees are not good in general. My knee dislocated for a second in the beginning, but it popped back in. If anything, I can smell blood in my nose.
We will have to wait and see who Rhea Ripley will choose to face at WrestleMania 39 in April. After all, both Bianca Belair and Charlotte Flair are terrific opponents for The Eradicator.
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