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Mick Foley Warns WWE Against “50/50” Booking Rhea Ripley

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WWE Hall of Famer and massive lover of Christmas Mick Foley recently tweeted regarding the ‘main roster’ move to RAW for Rhea Ripley. It was confirmed on last night’s episode of Monday Night RAW that Rhea Ripley would be heading to RAW in the coming weeks.

Mick Foley on Rhea Ripley

With the glut of major stars created from NXT stars moving ‘up,’ Mick Foley was quick to warn WWE against ruining the newest member of the Red brand’s roster. ‘It’s vital that @WWE not mess around when it comes to pushing Rhea Ripley’ Mick Foley wrote on Twitter. ‘PLEASE don’t allow her to suffer a 50/50 fate. Strap that rocket to her back, and see how far she can fly.’

It has not been confirmed exactly when Rhea Ripley will be heading to RAW. With WrestleMania just a couple of months away, WWE will likely be looking to bring her into a program ahead of the show. Rhea Ripley might even appear at the FastLane PPV in March, but again this hasn’t been confirmed either way.

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