Rhea Ripley has been making news this week interacting with fans at live events.
During a WWE live event in Mexico, she and her Judgment Day teammates were in a six-person tag team match. Rhea Ripley, Finn Bálor and Damian Priest were facing AJ Styles, Rey Mysterio and Raquel Rodriguez while Dominik Mysterio was ringside.
While she was outside the ring, she went furious with a fan who requested her to do something disgusting to him. He asked the Aussie to spit on his face. Spitting on the face is sometimes part of a sexual fetish for some people. Ripley seemed angry at the fan and was calling him a “dirty, dirty little boy” in a fan-made video. She was then seen telling Dominik Mysterio in disgust what the fan had asked her to do. Mysterio stared towards the fan after that.
Rhea no quiso escupir en nuestras caritas 🥺💔 @RheaRipley_WWE pic.twitter.com/Kt8GjDTkgFAdvertisement
— Armando® (@armanroc) October 31, 2022
The caption of the video translated from Spanish says “Rhea didn’t want to spit on our little faces.”
As seen in another viral video this week, Ripley was playing around with another fan. While lying face down on the floor ringside, she unexpectedly reached out to the fan. She put her hand through the grills of the audience barricade and untied his/her shoe. This too happened at a live event.
No one’s safe 😉 https://t.co/zAgDd5xxaYAdvertisement
— RheaRipley_WWE (@RheaRipley_WWE) November 1, 2022
She retweeted the WWE video and quoted it writing “No one’s safe”
Her Judgment Day partner Dominik Mysterio was also in news recently. Like Ripley, he too had an interesting interaction with a fan and this happened at a WWE live event as well. During his entrance, he snatched a Rey Mysterio mask from a fan and attempted to rip it up. Then he just dropped it on the ground. This was because he is a heel and is feuding with his real life father Rey.
Wrestlers can be themselves at live events because these events are not recorded or televised. They can break character from their storylines and have a lot of fun with fans at these events.