Rhea Ripley struggling with a heart problem?

In one of her latest online interventions, the girl claimed to be struggling with a heart monitoring machine, which usually mounts on people who have problems with arrhythmias or heart pressure

by Lorenzo Ciotti
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Rhea Ripley struggling with a heart problem?

In one of her latest online interventions, the former absolute champion of the main roster, Rhea Ripley wanted to confide to fans the nature of her injury, after being absent for a few weeks, confirming that the dental problem is not completely concluded, after running to the dentist a couple of weeks ago.

In her comment, Rhea wrote: "Head / teeth. You can't see a head injury. Stop being incompetent and looking for nothing." That answer was obviously an angry response to those fans who saw her photos online and teased her by writing sentences like: "You don't look not at all injured by these pictures," or anything like that.

Apparently, however, for the moment it seems that Rhea Ripley's physical situation is a little more serious, or at least a little more complex than fans imagined. In one of her latest online interventions, the girl claimed to be struggling with a heart monitoring machine, which usually mounts on people who have problems with arrhythmias or heart pressure.

Does Rhea Ripley Really Have Heart Problems?

At the moment, we do not know exactly what is gripping the female component of Judgment Day, with Rhea who after the brutal attack against Edge, has literally disappeared from the WWE television screens.

After some online comments from her, on various social networks, we initially understood how the problem could be with a concussion and now instead, with yet another comment arrived on social media, we see how doctors are keeping her heart under control.

That the girl has a more serious problem to watch out for? That Rhea is only doing a few routine exams before returning to the McMahon company rings? At the moment we have no further clues to arrive at a solution, so we just have to wait and wait for her or the WWE to release some official press release or comment on the thing, in the hope that the athlete will be able to recover as soon as possible from his physical problem and can return to the rings of the Stamford federation in a short time.

We recall during last edition of Wrestling Observer Radio, Dave Meltzer and Bryan Alvarez discussed the matter. Meltzer said she is not expected to be away from the ring that long: "Her teeth were broken during a match and she had braces on.

The braces were evident on her the last time she was in. TV The other thing must have been when he talked about his brain, which usually means a concussion. As we said before, we said it on Monday when we announced it. The two things WWE doesn't like to talk about are COVID and concussions.

I've known people in WWE who have both said outright: We've been told not to say this. She said it. She didn't really use the word concussion, but she had a brain injury that's what she said. I've been told she won't be on pay-per-view, of course. They have said this very clearly, but it is not expected to be a long-term absence. She should be back very soon. "

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