EXCLUSIVE: Rhea Ripley Gives Her Thoughts On Intergender Wrestling In WWE
Rhea Ripley shares her thoughts on the 'taboo' wrestling trope
Whilst it was a staple of WWE programming in the Attitude and Ruthless Aggression eras, WWE has for the most part stayed away from intergender wrestling for many years now.
With a new management and creative team in place in WWE, things are starting to change, but could intergender wrestling return? Rhea Ripley told Cultaholic Wrestling's own Sam Driver her thoughts on the matter ahead of Clash At The Castle:
"I would obviously love it, I'd love to have a match with Dom [Mysterio], I'd love to have a match with Edge, I'd love to have a match with Rey [Mysterio]. To see whether that happens or not is a different story as I know it's a bit of a touchy subject with the networks and all of that. I'm not too sure what's going to happen, but if it does I hope that I'm the person for it," said Ripley.
WWE have dipped their toe back into the intergender well on occasion, with Nia Jax memorably entering the 2019 Men's Royal Rumble and eating an RKO from Randy Orton.