WWE remains silent on wrestler’s brain injury

Rhea Ripley, former WWE Raw Women’s Champion and NXT Women’s Champion, is one of the rising stars with a distinct personality. Not only has she captured the attention of fans on social media, but her wild and pop culture references still spark conversation in the wrestling circle.

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But unfortunately, Ripley is injured and will not be able to participate in her match against Bianca Belair at Money in the Bank. The injury WWE revealed on WWE Raw was a tooth injury, but now they’ve said it was both a tooth and a brain injury.

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Rhea Ripley pulled from action due to brain injury

A post titled “See you soonwith a scales emoji announced that she has suffered a brain injury. This news comes after Ripley participated in a four-way match where she injured herself by hitting her knee against her skull.

Rhea Ripley’s Rise in WWE

Rhea Ripley reached her peak of success when she defeated Shayna Baszler to win the WWE NXT Women’s Championship. A title that the former MMA veteran kept for a good part of the year. It was the main event for the last show of the year.

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The path was promising for Rhea Ripley as she defended her championship against that year’s Royal Rumble winner Charlotte Flair. The two then had an incredible WrestleMania match with “The Queen”, winning the title in the end. While the result divided fans, subsequent matches between the two invigorated the entire NXT Women’s Division.

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Eventually, Flair returned to the main roster when Io Shirai defeated Ripley and Flair in a triple threat match at NXT’s first In Your House PPV. It also ended ‘The Nightmare’ run in NXT, as she headed to the main roster to feud with rival Charlotte Flair, this time for the Raw Women’s Championship.

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Additionally, she managed to win the title, but lost it to Flair. Then Flair lost it to Nikki ASH Sadly, that championship run didn’t see the fans cheering her on in the same way she won the NXT Championship, but Rhea Ripley turned that reception into a wink. allying with Nikki and winning the Tag Championships.

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WWE paired the two like a little sister, big sister combo. But that partnership also spilled over when Nikki turned on Ripley. Recently, after teaming up with Liv Morgan and backfiring on her, Ripley joined Damien Priest and Edge to form “The Judgment Day.”

What’s your favorite Rhea Ripley moment? Let us know in the comments.

Robert J. King