The AEW Star’s Mistake Rhea Ripley Couldn’t Ignore

Rhea Ripley

Rhea Ripley has given her candid opinion on being referenced on AEW television and thinks the star who mentioned her made a big mistake.

Back in 2023, The Acclaimed and Daddy Ass were involved in a feud with The House of Black that left Malakai Black, Buddy Matthews, and Brody King on the receiving end of one of Max Caster’s raps.

The Acclaimed star chose to reference Buddy Matthew’s real-life fiancée Rhea Ripley’s on-screen relationship with Dominik Mysterio in WWE as Max Caster told Matthews that he was “getting cucked by some kid named Dominik.”

The reference caught fire online, so much so that Rhea Ripley and Dominik Mysterio rather than Max Caster ended up trending on social media, something that Ripley definitely noticed.

Rhea Ripley Says Max Caster Did The “Wrong Job”

Speaking to ESPN’s Marc Raimondi, Rhea Ripley gave her thoughts about the incident and thinks Max Caster did the “wrong job” in not only not getting himself over but getting over two stars in a rival company:

No, I wasn’t expecting it. That’s why I tweeted about it, I was like, ‘Yo Dom, we’re over in two companies. And I don’t think Matt (Buddy) was expecting it either because he didn’t even react to it, he wasn’t really listening too much. But watching it back and getting tagged in things afterwards, that’s when he was like, ‘Oh, I didn’t realize that’s what he said’.

I mean, it’s good for me, it’s good for Dom. At the end of the day, it got us trending on Twitter. It got us trending. If that’s what you want to do in your match, get two other people in the opposite promotion you are battling with trending. Then, I feel like you did the wrong job because you put us over instead of yourself. So that was a mistake on their part I wanna say.

Yes, you can take a shot at my fiancé if you want, but, at the end of the day, Mami’s on top and that’s exactly what happened.

Rhea Ripley will put her Women’s World Championship on the line at Elimination Chamber as she faces Nia Jax in her native Australia.