“Bravo to Her”- Charlotte Flair Is Impressed After Rhea Ripley Cheats to Retain Her Title at Hell in a Cell

Published 06/21/2021, 3:00 AM EDT


The RAW Women’s Title was on the line in the Hell in a Cell PPV, and the match had a lame ending. Rhea Ripley, the RAW Women’s Champion, faced Charlotte Flair in a normal match. The potential of these two superstars was clear in many portions of the contest, but the match ended in a disrupting disqualification as Rhea used foul measures against Charlotte. Hence, Flair, who won the match, couldn’t capture the title because of a Disqualification win.

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Charlotte Flair warns Rhea Ripley that she is not finished yet

Rhea Ripley, who kept the title even after having suffered a loss, was visibly untroubled with the result and her actions. An annoyed Charlotte Flair was playing mind games after the match, exchanging words as Rhea walked back to the stage. After that match, WWE posted a video on its YouTube channel where Sarah interviewed Charlotte backstage, asking her about the match and her reaction to the outcome.

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Charlotte said- “The only win tonight is knowing that Rhea is listening, learning, growing, and taking a page out of my book. That is the only win.. And bravo to her but I’m coming for her and I never stop. So the nightmare better be ready.” These words from Flair evince her delight in psychologically having the upper hand against Rhea Ripley.

This feud is far from over

The Charlotte Flair VS Rhea Ripley is far from over, and today’s outcome is a sign given by WWE that they intend to keep the battle on a little longer. Rhea’s method to win the match questions her confidence in beating Charlotte morally and cleanly. But it can also be a ploy to elongate the feud.

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WWE Universe expected much more from this adroit duo, but the result of the match has disgruntled the fan base. Fans haven’t backed off from showing their rancor towards the lazy and stagnant writing that WWE has been coming up with for the past few months. 

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