Rhea Ripley unveiled a new look and new ring gear as Judgment Day overcame Finn Balor, Liv Morgan and AJ Styles.
Australian star Rhea Ripley made her WWE debut in the 2017 Mae Young Classic. After losing out to Dakota Kai in the second round, Ripley returned the following year sporting an entirely new look. Gone was the long blond hair and ‘girl next door’ aesthetic and in it’s place was the presentation that went on to become her signature style.
That is until Hell In A Cell 2022. Appearing alongside her Judgment Day partners Edge and Damian Priest to take on Finn Balor, AJ Styles and Liv Morgan, the star unveiled an eye-catching new look. It appears that the trousers and all-black gear are now a thing of the past, as Ripley appeared in shorts, and sported a large flash of purple across her top, matching her up with Edge and Priest.
Judgment Day leader Edge recently unveiled a new look of his own, after cutting off his trademark long hair.
— WWE (@WWE) June 6, 2022
As predicted, the match was a wild brawl from the outset with bodies flying everywhere. Both teams enjoyed spells in control, or at least as close to control as the madness would allow, but eventually it was Judgment Day who claimed the win.
Balor looked to be zeroing in on the victory for his team, heading to the top rope for the Coupe de Grace. However, Rhea Ripley stood in front of her fallen leader, preventing Balor from executing the move. Although Ripley was quickly taken out by Morgan, the distraction allowed Edge to hit a Spear and score the win.
Elsewhere on the show, Bianca Belair retained her Raw Women’s Championship in an all-out war against Asuka and Becky Lynch. After 20 frantic minutes Becky Lynch hit Asuka with a Manhandle Slam, however the quick thinking champion threw Lynch from the ring, covering the challenger herself.