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Rhea Ripley sends a THREAT ahead of WWE RAW

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The WWE Women’s World Champion, Rhea Ripley, has issued a stark warning to the locker room as the August 14th Monday Night Raw approaches.

The fierce competitor has declared that the upcoming episode is “about to be war.”

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Rhea Ripley: A Dominant Reign Challenged

Since her triumphant victory at WrestleMania 39, Ripley has been a force to be reckoned with, establishing her dominance in the women’s locker room.

However, recent events have hinted at potential cracks in her reign. On the August 7th episode of Raw, Raquel Rodriguez launched a brutal attack on Ripley.

This assault was in retaliation for Ripley’s previous actions against Rodriguez and Liv Morgan.

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New Challengers Emerge

Rodriguez isn’t the only superstar setting her sights on Ripley. Candice LeRae and Indi Hartwell have also shown interest in challenging the champion.

With these superstars potentially in Ripley’s crosshairs, the upcoming Raw promises to be an explosive one.

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Ripley’s Retaliation

Despite the recent challenges, Ripley is not one to back down. She took to social media, sharing an image from the previous week’s episode with a caption that read, “RAW’s about to be war because it’s Monday night MAMI!”

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The Road to Payback

With the Payback event scheduled for September 2nd, there’s growing anticipation for a title match between Ripley and Rodriguez.

Given Ripley’s notable absence from the SummerSlam card on August 5th, fans are eager to see her in action at the upcoming Payback event.

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