Rhea Ripley stuns fans with bold challenge to top Bloodline member for rare intergender match

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Rhea Ripley has shown her eagerness for a potential showdown with Solo Sikoa, one of the prominent members of the Bloodline faction.

Ripley and Sikoa are familiar foes, having crossed paths before during previous encounters between The Bloodline and The Judgment Day.

Rhea Ripley challenges Solo Sikoa

On Twitter, WWE on Fox posed an intriguing question to the WWE Universe, which caught Ripley’s attention. Responding to the question, Ripley expressed her desire for a one-on-one match against Sikoa.

Kurt Angle sent a warning to WWE about Roman Reigns

During an episode of The Kurt Angle Show, WWE Hall of Famer Kurt Angle raised a cautionary note to the company’s creative and management regarding their focus on elevating Roman Reigns. Angle expressed his concerns about the possibility of other talented wrestlers being overlooked if The Tribal Chief continues to defeat nearly every superstar.

“Just remember, I’m not telling WWE what to do. I’m just saying you want to make other wrestlers! It’s not a bad thing to make other wrestlers into champions. You’ve got to build your company; you can’t rely on just one guy. I’m not saying they are doing that with Roman, but they are on their way to doing that,” Angle said.

“I just think he’s had the title really, really long. Especially today, we’re not in territories anymore where we only see the wrestler once a month. You see Roman Reigns advertised every day on TV. You’re seeing him once or twice a week wrestling on TV, maybe three times with a pay-per-view. Him having the title for three years is like a wrestler in the 70s having it for 15. It’s just ridiculous. Don’t get me wrong; I’m not against it. You’ve got to be careful,” he added.

At the upcoming Night of Champions Premium Live Event, Roman Reigns and Solo Sikoa will join forces as a tag team. They will compete for the Undisputed WWE Tag Team Championships.

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