Rhea Ripley Retains Raw Women's Championship after Disqualification at WWE Hell in a Cell
Rhea Ripley left Hell in a Cell still the Raw Women’s Champion, yet the match between herself and Charlotte Flair didn’t end how fans anticipated. Pizazz kicked things off with a significant benefit, getting the title belt as the arbitrator raised it to check the beginning of the match, thrown it into Ripley’s hands then, at that point, booted her out of the ring. From that point, she more than once baffled and outfoxed the hero, battering her all through the ring while noisily yelling at her. Ripley at last figured out how to gather some speed however needed to fight through a harmed left leg. The champ ultimately nailed her Riptide finisher, yet Flair had the option to wrap her left leg over the rope to break the check. At that point, the energy secured a Figure Eight, yet Ripley had the opportunity to drag herself and Flair out of the ring. The champ, at last, utilized the covering from the editorial work area to hitter Flair, driving the ref to require exclusion. Style discussed fostering her new heel persona with Bleacher Report recently. She clarified, “Indeed, I’m the 13-time champion; however, over the most recent few years, I have not had a fruitful title run. Indeed, I’ve been in the title picture constantly; however, I haven’t been the hero alongside the label titles, yet individuals partner me [with that]. Along these lines, [I’m thinking], ‘Play into that, go with that,’ yet I have been pursuing. Simultaneously, similar to what I said on Raw Talk, do I require a title to be Charlotte Flair? In no way, shape, or form. Am I going to go into this any unique? In no way, shape, or form.” “I generally need to be a heel,” she added. “At the point when I returned after WrestleMania, there was no scrutinizing what I am. There’s no scrutinizing what side [I’m on]—all that disappointment, all that disarray, and laying everything out there. I truly feel that has [been] depicted all through my promotions. You can, unfortunately, do a limited amount of much in the ring, and having that capacity to have the mic has truly assisted with fairly a character wrinkle for me since April.” WWE’s Hell in Cell pay-per-see has gone back and forth, which means the WWE’s long periods of facilitating pay-per-sees inside the WWE RAW Thunderdome are formally finished. The next significant occasion is Money in the Bank on July 18 in Fort Worth, Texas, and will probably be utilized to develop some essential projects for SummerSlam in August. Both Roman Reigns and Bobby Lashley need new challengers. In any event, 12 grapplers will end up in Money in the Bank Ladder Matches, and a couple of fights that have been blending on TV seem prepared for compensation for every view spot.