“We Don’t Need the Numbers When It Comes to You”: Rhea Ripley Asserts Roman Reigns’s Former Foe Poses No Threat to The Judgment Day

Published 10/30/2023, 8:52 PM EDT

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This episode of Money Night RAW was the Crown Jewel go-home show, and the arena was buzzing. Opening the night at the Bon Secours Wellness Arena in Greenville was Rhea Ripley. Ripley has a massive match at Crown Jewel on November 4, 2023. However, she took the time out to send some menacing words to an old foe of Roman Reigns.

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The opening segment cemented why you should not interfere when Judgment Day has the ring.

Rhea Ripley sends a message to Sami Zayn

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While taking the ring, Ripley first talked about her match at Crown Jewel and the women she will be facing. However, she has also made an effort to ensure that The Judgment Day stays on top of Monday Night RAW. Accompanied to the ring by Dominik Mysterio and JD McDonagh, she had some words for the audience until Sami Zayn interrupted.

Taking the mic, Zayn ranted on about how Judgment Day only cared about power. He also said that he had experience with groups that only cared about power. This was a hint to time as a member of The Bloodline. Reigns was all about being the most powerful in the WWE, which he believes is what the Judgment is also after.

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Zayn went on to give an emotional speech about how he was going to face them all by himself if he had to. He said he was not afraid of them and would go the distance to ensure their plans were never successful. Despite this emotions-filled speech, Ripley had one single retort.

“We don’t need the numbers when it comes to you,” Ripley said. These words were for Zayn, who is currently outnumbered as Kevin Owens is on SmackDown. Zayn’s only help is Jey Uso and Cody Rhodes, who have their hands full trying to get the tag titles back.

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Zayn faced Damian Priest in the main event

The main event was Zayn vs Priest, and as anyone would predict, the rest of the Judgment Day came to assist. Despite having a great match with the muscle of the group, Zayn could not handle the entire team. This is when Main Event Jey Uso came out. However, this would end the match in disqualification as Jey would attack Priest in the ring.

Once the match was over, all hell broke loose, and out came Rhodes. Despite having a limp from last week’s attack, Rhodes still fought the Judgment Day and delivered a Cross Rhodes on McDonagh on the announce table.

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What do you think about Ripley’s message to Zayn? Do you think Zayn can take them all by himself? Tell us down below.

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