Rhea Ripley Profile
Demi Bennett, better known under the ring name Rhea Ripley, is an Australian professional wrestler currently signed to WWE. Standing at a height of 5’7”, Ripley performs on the NXT brand and holds the record for being the first female Australian champion in the history of WWE.
Ripley started her career on the independent circuit back in 2013, working for Riot City Wrestling and endured a successful four-year spell. Making her New Horizon Pro Wrestling debut in May 2014, Ripley went on to become a two-time RCW Women’s Champion and outperformed many top wrestlers throughout. The Australian wrestler also made her Melbourne City Wrestling debut in 2014, successfully defending the RCW Women’s title against Toni Storm and Savannah Summers in a three-way encounter.
In April 2017, Ripley endured her last RCW match at RCW Strength, defending the Women’s title against Kellyanne to sign off in style. Then signing for WWE, Ripley made her NXT televised debut in October 2017, participating in a battle royal but unfortunately encountering no immediate success. However, the Australian won the inaugural NXT UK Women’s Championship in 2018, defeating Toni Storm in the final.
Ripley would continue to impress in the WWE world, and with that came an increase in her net worth. The success inside the ring was reflected outside the ring; Ripley also became NXT Women’s Champion as she developed in the industry and became a popular figure.
What is Rhea Ripley’s entrance theme song?
Brutally ft Ash Costello - Theme Song
What are Rhea Ripley’s finishing moves?
Full Nelson Slam
Who is Rhea Ripley dating?
Fellow wrestler, Demetri ‘Action’ Jackson
Where can I find Rhea Ripley on social media?
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