Despite only defending WWE women’s title three times, Rhea Ripley claps back at haters complaints of in-ring absence: “Busy doing business”

Rhea Ripley has lately been seen in Australia with Dominik Mysterio during the promotion of the Elimination Chamber: Perth premium live event. Mami has been absent from the in-ring action and Judgment Day shenanigans. Ripley revealed that she was currently taking time away from the ring, which did not sit well with the critique.

In a recent interview, Mami was asked about how many people were sharing on the internet about her absence and Ripley clapped back at those complaints saying that there are other things that she needs to do.

Rhea Ripley lashes out at critiques

Rhea Ripley has been leading the women’s division since she joined WWE. Her presence has had a significant impact on the female wrestlers’ division in WWE. Rhea going toe-to-toe with male wrestlers proves her superiority as both a wrestler and an athlete.

Recently during an interview, she addressed the haters who rant about her not performing regularly, saying, “People like to complain that Mami doesn’t have many matches. Mami doesn’t do too much. She’s too involved with the Judgement Day. But at the end of the day, Mami is busy doing business. I’m running Monday Night RAW and I’m running my division, and there’s nothing anyone can do about it”.

Rhea is the current Women’s World Champion, and according to social media, she is currently busy with promotions in Perth. Recently, she posted on Twitter about her upcoming vlog with Dominik in Australia.

Mami said, “Watch Dominik Mysterio’s first time in Australia as we do some really awesome activities. And while you’re at it, grab some tickets to Elimination Chamber! Can’t wait to go back home in February!”

When did Rhea Ripley last defend her title?

Ripley’s last match was against Ivy Nile for the Women’s World Championship in Raw: Day-1 event. Rhea is often compared to Chyna and she has proved her worth multiple times. Ivy Nile challenged Rhea Ripley for the WWE Women’s World Championship, which the champion accepted. The Eradicator won after she pinned Ivy Nile with a successful Riptide, and retained her championship.

Ivy Nile shared her feelings following her defeat against Mami, saying, “I didn’t come out with the win tonight, but the one thing I did prove is that I belong here. I belong with the best, I belong to compete with the best, and I’m gonna show that every single week here on Raw, that I belong.”

Mami had high praises for Ivy after the match, she said, “It was very impressive. Ivy, she hasn’t had many singles matches in general, and for that to be her first one here on the red brand on RAW, on Monday Night Mami. She really did hold her own.”

Although Rhea has fewer matches now than before, fans still hope to see the 27-year-old star in the ring, fighting against other opponents in her division. Ripley is set to appear on January 27 at the Royal Rumble to defend her title, and fans are hyped to see the ‘Nightmare’ in action again soon.

Anil Chowdhury

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Anil is a wrestling sports enthusiast who has been watching the sport for 15 years, his love for the sport started through watching and admiring WWE superstars like John Cena, Randy Orton, and Undertaker. As a WWE news writer, he provides timely and insightful coverage of events, matches, and developments within the world of professional wrestling. With a passion for the sport, he aims to deliver engaging and informative content that resonates with fans and keeps them updated on the latest WWE happenings.


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