Rhea Ripley established herself as one of the most dominant champions in women’s wrestling history over the last year. However, her reign was cut short when Liv Morgan launched brutal attack on her last week on RAW, resulting in a shoulder injury.

On last night’s edition of RAW, Mami was forced to relinquish her WWE Women’s World Championship due to the severity of her injury. According to recent update, Ripley suffered an AC Joint sprain, which is expected to put her on the sidelines for a few months.

Moreover, Rhea Ripley’s reign ending at the 380th-day mark, interestingly, has a connection with the GOAT himself, John Cena. It was back in the mid-2000s that John Cena was in his third reign as WWE Champion and held the title for the exact same days as Rhea, before being forced to vacate it due to a torn pectoral injury.

The unfortunate incident happened at the peak of Cena’s rise as the next flagship star for WWE. Following Cena’s injury, Randy Orton was awarded the title by former WWE Chairman Vince McMahon at WWE No Mercy 2007.


With the Women’s World title also now vacant, the promotion will crown new champion next week on Monday Night RAW as announced during last night’s show with a new era witnessing a brand new title holder.

What are your thoughts on Rhea Ripley’s title reign coming to an end and having an interesting connection with John Cena? Sound off in the comments!

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