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Rhea Ripley on Possible Hell in a Cell Opponents

Rhea Ripley is hoping to become a two-time Women’s Tag Team Champion this Sunday at WrestleMania 38 alongside Liv Morgan, however, she would love to have a Hell in a Cell match.

There have only been five women to have participated in the Hell in a Cell: Sasha Banks, Becky Lynch, Charlotte Flair, Bayley, and Bianca Belair. Rhea Ripley wants to be added to that short list and she would love to face two of those names.

While speaking to DS Shin of Ring the Belle, Ripley provided her answer.

“Oh, that’s a tough question. I would love to be in there with Charlotte. Just to get that big match that we’ve always wanted. But at the same time, I think Bianca. I would love to be in there with Bianca and have that moment with her. We always have so much fun and just absolutely brutalize each other in the ring. So I think that would be perfect for us,” said Ripley.

As previously mentioned, Ripley is gearing up for her big tag team WrestleMania match. Her partner is Liv Morgan which is a pairing that many fans didn’t know they needed until it happened.

When speaking about her partnership with Morgan –

Ripley said, “It sort of just kind of gotten thrown together. But Liv and I have gotten along for a long time, we were in NXT together and we’ve been on the same teams together before.”

She jokingly said she hasn’t spoken to her former partner Nikki A.S.H. about what she thinks about the new partnership.

Despite being on the current Raw roster, Ripley would love to win the SmackDown Women’s Title making her the only Grand Slam Champion to include the NXT UK Women’s Championship.

The Hell in the Cell event is slated for June after next month’s WrestleMania Backlash event. The Hell in the Cell event is slated for June after next month’s WrestleMania Backlash event.

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Who would you like to see fight Ripley in a Hell in a Cell Match? Discuss below.

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