10 Best Looks Of Rhea Ripley WWE Career

Rhea Ripley is a professional wrestler and actress who has competed in WWE. She made her WWE debut on the April 11, 2019 episode of RAW, which aired live from the Etihad Stadium in Manchester, England. Ripley was born on November 27th 1991 (which makes her 29 years old) in Warwickshire, England where she still resides with her family today.

1. NXT TakeOver: New York

Rhea Ripley NXT TakeOver New York

Rhea Ripley’s debut outfit was a black and white dress that incorporated some elements of traditional Indian attire. She wore it as she competed in the Money in the Bank ladder match, which was held at NXT TakeOver: New York on June 14th, 2016. The design of this special occasion outfit was custom-made to fit her body perfectly, with an empire waistline that accentuated her curves and created an illusion of height through its high neckline.

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The outfit also featured long sleeves and cuffs—a detail that’s often seen on women’s dresses from India but rarely seen on Western ones—which gave it a polished look while still maintaining its Indian heritage (and making sure to show off Rhea Ripley’s toned arms).

2. NXT TakeOver: XXV

The second-best look she wore was at NXT TakeOver: XXV, where she was wearing a black crop top with a white and blue jacket. She paired it with black pants and boots, as well as a black belt around her waist.

3. NXT TakeOver: Toronto

Rhea Ripley made her NXT debut at NXT TakeOver: Toronto, which took place on December 14th, 2016. She was introduced as part of the “Vixens” faction and went by the name “Rhea Ripley”. Ripley made her first appearance in a WWE ring against Peyton Royce during the main event of this show. The next night on Raw, she defeated Natalya in singles action before getting pinned by Alexa Bliss later that same night (on Christmas Eve).

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4. Arrival at the WWE Performance Center

Rhea Ripley Arrival at the WWE Performance Center

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The first time Rhea Ripley stepped foot in the WWE Performance Center was on December 20, 2016. She was just 23 years old at the time and had already been training for a few months at the gym with Ric Flair’s manager, Gerald Brisco.

The day started with some stretching exercises before she walked into her first class with Alicia Fox and Natalya Neidhart (better known as Alisa Iuliancă & Lana). The session lasted about 25 minutes and included basic fundamentals like striking techniques, grappling moves and defensive techniques.

Afterward, Ripley went back to her locker room where she changed into street clothes before heading off to meet other wrestlers such as Alexa Bliss or Carmella—but not before getting some food from one of those little carts they have outside every locker room door!

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5. NXT TakeOver: Phoenix

One of Ripley’s first appearances on NXT TakeOver was in the main event. She was accompanied by her music and smoke, which made her entrance look like a scene from The Matrix. Her outfit for this match was a black and blue suit with a white shirt, red tie and black shoes. The outfit was simple but effective because it showed her personality off nicely by showing that she wasn’t afraid of color or pattern either!

6. First appearance on RAW

Rhea Ripley made her WWE debut on the January 15, 2017 episode of Raw. She was approached by a fan, who asked for an autograph and it wasn’t long before she started to get involved in the action. She would later be seen sitting in front of The New Day as they celebrated their championships at a live show in Toronto. Ripley was wearing a black catsuit with matching boots and gloves along with bling earrings while looking fierce as ever! In short, this was one of her best looks so far in her career as we can see below

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7. Clash of Champions 2020 contract signing

Rhea Ripley Clash of Champions 2020 contract signing

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Rhea Ripley was signed to the WWE in late 2019. She made her debut on RAW, where she was introduced as “The Ravishing Russian.” In this role, Ripley would feud with Kairi Sane (a fellow NXT alum). Ripley continued her run on RAW before moving to SmackDown Live later that year. She continued her feud with Sane but also began a rivalry with Ember Moon which eventually led to a match between the two at Clash of Champions 2020 where they both received their first title shots against each other.

8. WWE Worlds Collide 2020

Rhea Ripley’s entrance at WWE Worlds Collide 2020 Rhea Ripley’s match with Candice LeRae

9. WarGames 2019 entry into men’s match

  • WarGames 2019 entry into men’s match

Rhea Ripley entered the ring for the first time during this edition of the PPV, and she proceeded to attack the men with a steel chair. She did not win the match, but she made history by being one of only two women in an all-male war game at WrestleMania.

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10. Wargames 2019 match itself with her team winning

Rhea Ripley

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Rhea Ripley is a very talented wrestler and she has made quite an impact on the WWE. She was part of the Women’s Tag Team Championship match at Wrestlemania 34, where her team won against Sasha Banks and Charlotte Flair.

Ripley also wrestled in several other matches during her career like the Four Horsewomen of NXT (NXT) match with Bayley, Asuka vs Mandy Rose vs Carmella vs Sarah Logan vs Liv Morgan & Ruby Riot for the Women’s Tag Team Championship title on SmackDown Live on 17th December 2018 at 16:00 EDT/PDT time slot

Which lasted for around 20 minutes long before winning over them by pinfall or submission due to one submission hold being applied by Asuka onto Mandy Rose who had been pinned earlier by another submission hold applied by Alexa Bliss onto Carmella who had also been pinned earlier by another submission hold applied by Liv Morgan & Ruby Riot onto Sarah Logan who was pinned earlier before applying any kind of moves herself towards anyone else in order to win this match against all opponents.

Except Alexa Bliss who managed to escape without losing any points due only because she happened not to be able to compete anymore after being hit hard enough times while trying protect herself from getting hurt even more seriously during this fight between two teams consisting only of females fighting each other with no males allowed inside arena ring!


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