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Rhea Ripley DESTROYS WWE fan on Twitter for slating her Payback ring gear

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WWE Women’s World Champion, Rhea Ripley, recently defended her title at the WWE Payback premium live event.

On this occasion, she introduced a new ring attire, a tribute to the legendary WWE Hall of Famer, Chyna. This homage was not only a testament to Ripley’s respect for the legends of the sport but also a reflection of her own journey and aspirations in the wrestling world.

However, not all reactions to Ripley’s tribute were positive. A fan took to Twitter to voice their opinion, suggesting that Rhea would ‘never be’ the Ninth Wonder of the World, referring to Chyna’s iconic nickname.

Not one to back down, Ripley’s response was swift and scathing. She replied, “And me quote tweeting this will be the ONLY time you are relevant in your life, so enjoy it. It’s a tribute you d*mb bi*ch.” This bold retort showcases Ripley’s fierce nature, both inside and outside the ring.

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A Successful Night for Rhea Ripley at Payback

Despite the criticism, Rhea Ripley had a triumphant night at Payback. Not only did she retain her title by defeating Raquel Rodriguez, but the event also saw other significant victories.

Finn Balor and Damian Priest emerged victorious against Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn, clinching the Undisputed WWE Tag Team Championship. This win has further solidified Finn Balor’s status as a Grand Slam Champion in the company.

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The Importance of Paying Homage

Ripley’s choice to pay tribute to Chyna is a reminder of the importance of acknowledging and respecting the trailblazers of the sport.

Chyna, known for breaking barriers in the male-dominated world of wrestling, has left an indelible mark.

For upcoming stars like Ripley, paying homage is not just about wearing a particular attire; it’s about carrying forward the legacy and setting new benchmarks.

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