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Rhea Ripley sends HUGE message to WWE prospect

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This week, the WWE Women’s World Champion, Rhea Ripley, continued her reign of dominance on the July 25th episode of NXT.

Her opponent, the promising Lyra Valkyria, was defeated, but not without a fight. The match was more evenly contested than many had anticipated, showcasing Valkyria’s potential in the ring.

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Rhea Ripley: The Message

However, the story did not end with the match. Ripley took to social media to send a powerful message to Valkyria.

In her tweet, Ripley acknowledged Valkyria’s toughness and challenged her to “finish the job” and prove her right. This message was not just a challenge but a testament to Ripley’s belief in Valkyria’s potential.

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The Challenge

The match between Ripley and Valkyria was a result of a challenge issued by Valkyria on RAW back on Monday, July 24th.

Ripley’s return to NXT marked her first match on the show in nine months. Despite having the North American Champion, ‘Dirty’ Dominik Mysterio, by her side, Ripley’s victory was far from routine.

Valkyria, although defeated by the Riptide, put up a commendable fight against the top star in WWE’s women’s division.

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The Future for Valkyria

With Ripley’s words of encouragement, the future seems bright for Valkyria. The next step for her would likely be to conclude her ongoing rivalry with Jacy Jayne. Ripley’s admiration for Valkyria was evident even before their match.

In a recent video posted on WWE’s Twitter, Ripley named the 26-year-old Valkyria first in her dream NXT WarGames team.

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