Rhea Ripley looked in incredible shape

Rhea Ripley has taken the WWE by storm, with fans starting to push her for a title shot rather than teaming up with a ringside tag team duo.

Unfortunately for fans of the Nightmare, she recently suffered brain and tooth injuries, which prevented her from getting the title shot she was scheduled for during Money in the Bank.

The extent of her injuries also kept her sidelined for the most recent pay-per-view, SummerSlamwith fans waiting if they want to see her back in the ring and see her rise to the top.

Despite that, she still made an appearance at SummerSlam during the No Disqualification match between tag teams The Mysterios and The Judgment Day. She was ringside in support of the latter and was able to interfere given the No DQ rules.

Australian Ripley was on top form throughout the match and was involved from ringside to help her team throughout the match. She executed her moves perfectly despite her injuries, showing how tough she is and why she is held in such high esteem.

Unfortunately for Ripley, her involvement wasn’t enough to help The Judgment Day taste victory if Side returned and gave the duo a spear, playing a big part in The Mysterios finally taking the win after a signature double 619.

Thankfully, though, it’s a sign of things to come for Ripley, who hasn’t been seen as a long-term injury doubt, with her SummerSlam ringside return hinting that she could be back in action sooner rather than later.

It’s safe to say that despite the nature of her injury, she kept up with her training regimen while sidelined for a month, although she hasn’t played in a full singles match so far.

A video has been shared on social media of Ripley at ringside, prowling like a lion ready to strike if needed to aid her team. The posted video is a tribute to the form she managed to keep herself in.

Again, it’s just a testament to her work ethic to stay in perfect shape to bounce right back and reappear on the big stage when called up and when she’s got everything clear.

Given her SummerSlam involvement, it’s already clear if she got it all to have a little involvement. It’s only a matter of time before Ripley just entertains us again and gets her title photo.

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