Dominik Mysterio and Rhea Ripley have quite a partnership on WWE television. The duo are entertaining audiences all over, and Dom Dom sees big things in Mami’s future, as well.

Dominik Mysterio loves his current on-screen role in WWE. He is getting a ton of heat along the way, and a lot of that hatred comes from fan jealously over the fact that he is paired with Rhea Ripley.

While speaking with Metro, “Dirty” Dominik Mysterio praised Rhea Ripley and predicted that she will take over the men’s division.

“Even though she’s 26 years old, she has 10-plus years of experience. She’s done so much, accomplished so much, she’s held every title in WWE and she’s only 26. I give her another two years before she takes over all the men’s titles, it’s only a matter of time.” 


Dominik Mysterio expressed how his collaboration with his Judgment Day stablemates has been instrumental in his development as a heel character.

Dominik Mysterio also shared that embracing this role felt somewhat instinctive, likening it to the playful dynamic of being an older brother teasing his sister. Mysterio further credited Ripley for guiding him on how to effectively evoke menace and create an antagonistic presence among the fans.

“Even with Priest and Finn and Rhea – especially Rhea, they taught me how to just go out there and be a menace to these people, and just have them not like me. Rhea with these kids, you know, she’s teaching me how to be menacing to these kids. I can’t thank her enough. I think she’s really the one that helped me come out of my turtle shell and just enjoy and have fun with them. Our chemistry’s growing week to week, we’re getting more comfortable with each other. It’s only getting better man.” 

Ripley’s rise really started when she captured the WWE SmackDown Women’s Championship at WrestleMania 39, a title which would later evolve into the Women’s World Championship.

Since that big win, Rhea Ripley has showcased her dominance, maintaining an unyielding reign as champion. As a member of The Judgment Day alongside Damian Priest, Finn Balor, and Dominik Mysterio, Ripley has even ventured into physical altercations with male wrestlers, leaving fans speculating whether she might eventually set her sights on challenging for their titles.

Only time will tell what is next for Rhea Ripley, but Ringside News will cover The Nightmare every step of the way. Please use that comment section and chime below!

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