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WWE Superstar takes an NSFW JAB at Dominik Mysterio and Rhea Ripley

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In a recent turn of events, the WWE Universe was left buzzing after a cheeky remark was made about the relationship between Rhea Ripley and Dominik Mysterio.

The incident took place during the NXT Heatwave special, and it’s safe to say that it has left fans and critics talking.

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A Surprise Interruption at WWE NXT Heatwave

Rhea Ripley, the WWE Women’s World Champion, and Dominik Mysterio, the North American Champion, were having a conversation in the locker room.

Their discussion, however, was abruptly interrupted by none other than Mustafa Ali. Ali, who has been on a mission to claim Dominik’s title, wasn’t exactly greeted with open arms.

Ripley, showing her protective side, warned Ali that he had a mere “10 seconds to leave.”

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Mustafa Ali’s Cheeky Retort

Not one to back down from a challenge, Ali quickly retorted, “10 seconds, sounds like something you guys are used to.”

This jibe, hinting at the intimate side of Ripley and Mysterio’s relationship, certainly raised eyebrows. To add fuel to the fire, Ali later shared a clip of this exchange on his Twitter account, cheekily labelling Dominik as “10-second Dom.”

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A Night of Setbacks

The evening didn’t get any better for the duo. Later on, Ripley and Mysterio faced a defeat in a mixed tag-team match against Lyra Valkyria and Dragon Lee.

While Ripley didn’t take the pin, it was still a significant loss for her, especially after an unexpected appearance from her current title rival, Raquel Rodriguez.

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