Rhea Ripley Does Not Want Another Woman In The Judgment Day

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If Rhea Ripley were to get her way, she would remain the only woman in the Judgment Day.

The Judgment Day is widely considered one of the best factions in WWE today. What started off as Edge’s attempt at a supernatural gimmick transformed into an incredible heat magnet of a group.

The group consistently receives some of the most passionate and sustained reactions from the crowd, with Rhea Ripley and Dominik Mysterio in particular getting stronger reactions than anyone else.

WWE’s power-brokers have clearly seen dollar signs in the group and as a result all of them have been booked to hold at least one title. As of this writing, Rhea Ripley is Women’s World Champion, Dominik is NXT North American Champion, Damian Priest has the Money in the Bank briefcase, and Finn Balor & Priest are the Undisputed Tag Team Champions.

Given the stable’s success and ability to get such huge reactions, there’s pressure from WWE’s decision-makers to add more people to the group. But if things do go that way, Rhea Ripley would prefer having more men instead of another woman.

Rhea Ripley doesn’t want more women in the Judgment Day

Recent episodes of WWE RAW have been built around The Judgment Day trying to recruit Jey Uso given that he’s currently the newest member of the RAW roster and he has come to a locker room filled with people that don’t particularly like him.

To build on this storyline, one fan asked Rhea Ripley on Twitter/X if she thinks that The Judgment Day should also add another woman, to which Ripley simply replied, “No.”

Rhea Ripley’s most recent singles match was on the September 11th episode of RAW, which saw her retain her women’s title in the show’s main-event in a singles match against Raquel Rodriguez.

That match was also notable as it featured the return of Nia Jax, who hadn’t been seen in WWE since her surprise appearance in the 2023 women’s Royal Rumble match.