Rhea Ripley and the AMAZING LOOK in Hell in a Cell!

In fact, the Australian wrestler showed up with a transparent black body with a purple part, a color that characterizes the Judgment Day, and surprisingly she was bare-legged with stockings that showed her tattoos

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Rhea Ripley and the AMAZING LOOK in Hell in a Cell!

What a look showed by Rhea Ripley at Hell in a Cell 2022! In fact, the Australian wrestler showed up with a transparent black body with a purple part, a color that characterizes the Judgment Day, and surprisingly she was bare-legged with stockings that showed her tattoos.

This attire literally drove all the fans crazy, also because Rhea Ripley is a really beautiful girl with an amazing physique who trains with a lot of dedication and in recent times more and more people have been appreciating her.

In a clarification on Twitter she wrote: "When your gear does not arrive in time... you learn to use what you have," putting a winking face. Furthermore, a page on Instagram pointed out that this gear is identical to one worn by Melina.

Rhea's look

Australian wrestler Rhea Ripley is a person with a somewhat peculiar, very dark style that she adopted since her early days in WWE, when she no longer wanted to be just a cute and sweet-looking girl.

Thus was born The Nightmare, a gimmick for her characterized by an attitude that the Americans would call badass, which actually reflects very well her personality outside of professional wrestling. Obviously entering the Judgment Day, which in itself is a stable a bit 'that works in the shadows to bring, in their opinion, the right justice (excuse the pun) in WWE, has taken on an even darker look by dyeing the black hair, but continuing to present to the public the usual gear with top above and long pants underneath, also to hide her heavily tattooed legs that WWE, no one knows why, did not approve much, before even allowing her to tattoo her arms which have changed over the past year and a half.

It happens that wrestlers, the only ones responsible for procuring new attire as soon as possible, usually for premium live events, sometimes have problems receiving them on time or that perhaps an airline may lose their luggage during the various movements.

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