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Rhea Ripley: Fans react to WWE Hell in a Cell ring gear

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WWE Superstar Rhea Ripley appeared on the card for WWE Hell in a Cell this weekend in a 6-person tag team title match.

Rhea Ripley teamed with Edge and Damian Priest of Judgment Day to take on the team of AJ Styles, Liv Morgan and Finn Balor on the card.

The former NXT Women’s Champion appeared in new purple ring gear, and fans were reacting huge to the new look online.

Rhea Ripley In-Ring Gear Fan Reaction

Here are some of the reactions from the WWE Universe and the fans and followers of the RAW Superstar to her in-ring gear for HIAC:

  • @RheaRipley_WWE brought the cakes out tonight
  • IM ON MY KNEES
  • Rhea Ripley enseñando pierna como parte de su nuevo look
  • Ripley is amazing, buddy don’t deserve he
  • Ripley stole Melina’s blouse, I came here to report it
  • Really now Vince got Rhea Ripley in some skimpy little wrestling gear now WTF
  • RHEA RIPLEY CAN SET ME ON FIRE
  • Rhea looks fine with that gear
  • Rhea doesn’t miss.
  • Ripley got new ring gear, eh?

The WWE Hell in a Cell PPV event is now available to watch back on-demand via Peacock streaming service and WWE Network.

For context, here is the full card for the event that you can watch back now on either streaming service, dependent on where you are based globally:

  • Hell in a Cell Match: Cody Rhodes vs. Seth Rollins
  • WWE RAW Women’s Championship Match: Bianca Belair (c) vs. Becky Lynch vs. Asuka
  • United States Championship: Theory (c) vs. Mustafa Ali
  • Handicap Match: Bobby Lashley vs. Omos and MVP
  • Judgment Day vs. AJ Styles, Finn Balor and Liv Morgan
  • Kevin Owens vs. Ezekiel
  • No Holds Barred Match: Madcap Moss vs. Happy Corbin
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