Women’s Champion Rhea Ripley Apologises to Dominik Mysterio

WWE Women’s World Champion Rhea Ripley apologized to Dominik Mysterio on Twitter for a video of her moshing in the wrestling ring.

Ripley and Mysterio are always together. Fans absolutely love the way they work together on WWE TV.

Rhea Ripley apologizes to Dominik Mysterio

Rhea Ripley
Rhea Ripley

A fan recently posted two videos from a WWE live event showing Rhea Ripley and Dominik Mysterio. In the second video, Ripley was energetically jumping around and colliding with Dominik. This energetic dancing style is called ‘moshing,’ where people deliberately bump into each other while dancing to rock music. Ripley accidentally collided with Dominik a few times while ‘moshing’ in the wrestling ring.

Rhea Ripley saw the video on Twitter and said that she couldn’t resist moshing. She also said sorry to Dominik for accidentally bumping into him while moshing.

“I wanna mosh so bad… Sorry @DomMysterio35 😅,” Ripley tweeted.

Ripley on her story with Dominik

Ripley and Dominik are not keeping their feelings a secret anymore. Lately, Ripley has been posting tweets with romantic messages specifically for Dominik.

In a recent interview on Wrestling with Rosenberg, Rhea Ripley talked about how her on-screen relationship with Dominik started. She said that at first, they didn’t know each other well, but their friendship grew during The Judgment Day’s feud involving Dominik and Rey Mysterio.

“Like, I barely got to mingle with him. I didn’t really get to know him, especially because I was more just in the women’s division where, like now I get to experience and make friends with like guys as well because I’m actually working with them. But our friendship sort of just like bloomed and then, you know, I ended up beating him up a couple times and chocking him out with my leg and it’s where this romance story started,” she said.

WWE fans love Ripley’s crazy behavior on WWE TV.

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