The duo would become a team after the WWE SummerSlam PPV event, where Charlotte Flair beat both women in a triple threat match to regain her Raw Women's Championship.
Although the pairing looked to be a one-off at first, they have been working in tandem for some time on the Monday Night Raw show, and it looks set to continue.
Speaking to the Table Talk podcast, Ripley revealed that she has at least 10 more years in the ring and wants to keep teaming with ASH for some time.
“It’s hard to picture because everything can change so drastically and so quickly. I would love to keep doing this tag stuff with Nikki for a while and hopefully, we end up getting the tag titles. I would absolutely love that, another thing to tick off for me. I don’t really set goals because I want to see how far I can get. I’m going to keep working and doing my thing and I guess we’ll see where it takes me. I’m not going to give up on anything. If I have something that I do want to focus on, I’ll focus on that, but I just want to make history in this business. I feel like I’ve done a lot already, but I want to make more. It makes me excited, just thinking about it. I feel like I’ve got a good ten years still, maybe more.”
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