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Rhea Ripley reveals sentiment behind new tattoo in heartbreaking Twitter post

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WWE Women’s World Champion Rhea Ripley recently revealed a sentimental tattoo that holds a special place in her heart.

The tattoo, which she fondly refers to as the ‘chicken jar,’ is a tribute to her grandmother, or ‘nonna,’ and the memories associated with her.

Ripley took to Twitter to share a picture of her new ink, explaining that the ‘chicken jar’ was the container her nonna used to store mints. This jar, as it turns out, was a beloved object in her nonna’s house, and all the children in the family would rush to grab a mint from it.

In her tweet, Ripley wrote, “The chicken jar ’“ One of the most sentimental objects from my Nonna’s house. All the kids in the fam LOVED this jar and ran to grab Nonna’s Minties. The memories will live with me forever.”

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Rhea Ripley’s Current WWE Status

Rhea Ripley is currently recognized as the WWE Women’s World Champion. She was awarded the title after her SmackDown Women’s Championship was retired on the June 12th edition of Raw. She most recently defended her title against Natalya on the July 4th edition of Raw.

However, Ripley now has to be vigilant as IYO SKY, who won the Money in the Bank briefcase on July 1, can cash her contract in for a title match whenever she wants. This adds an element of unpredictability to Ripley’s reign as the champion.

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Future Plans for Rhea Ripley

As for future plans, there have been updates regarding Ripley’s participation in SummerSlam 2023. Fans are eagerly waiting to see what’s next for the WWE Women’s World Champion.

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