Rhea Ripley Would Take Back The Riptide She Hit Against Charlotte Flair At WrestleMania 36

Rhea Ripley has finished off plenty of opponents with The Riptide.

The move has won her multiple championships in WWE, including the Raw Women's Championship at WrestleMania when she hit the move on Asuka.

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Speaking to Ryan Satin on Out of Character, Ripley discussed her best and worst Riptide moments, before first revealed that she was using the Go 2 Sleep while in Australia.

"I actually used to use the Go 2 Sleep in Australia because I was a huge CM Punk mark. The Riptide is something that I kept practicing and got good at it. It's pretty easy," she said.

When asked about her favorite Riptide, she replied, "The one at the first-ever Women's WarGames match where I put Shayna through two chairs. That's one of my most memorable moments."

Speaking on her favorite opponent to hit the move on, Ripley said, "Io Shirai because she's so small and light and I feel like I pop her up so high. Once, I actually threw her down with so much force that she couldn't breathe. I get so excited because she's so light."

Finally, Ripley was asked about the one Riptide she would take back. After some hesitation, Ripley said, "The Riptide I hit on Charlotte at WrestleMania, just because I should've saved it and pulled it out of nowhere. I showed her my game plan and it was at the start of the match. She just shrugged it off like it was nothing. I was like, 'Damn.'"

Charlotte is one of the only women to ever kick out of the Riptide.

Elsewhere during the interview, Ripley revealed she's taking acting classes to help with her confidence. You can find her full comments by clicking here.

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