Rhea Ripley addresses big botch on WWE SmackDown

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WWE Women’s World Champion has now reacted to a production botch from Friday’s (July 14) edition of SmackDown.

In the main event of the show, Bianca Belair challenged for Asuka’s WWE Women’s Championship.
Things went off the rails in the closing moments of the match, with Bayley, Charlotte Flair and Ms Money in the Bank IYO SKY interfering with proceedings.

At the beginning of Belair’s entrance there was a production botch, with Rhea Ripley’s titantron video playing instead of the EST’s.
This played for several seconds, which the cameras caught before the production team corrected the mistake.

Ripley has now reacted to this moment, taking to Twitter to write:

Asuka’s WWE Women’s Championship was introduced to replace the Raw Women’s Title, which Asuka won from Bianca Belair at Night of Champions.
Ripley’s Women’s World Championship took the place of the SmackDown Women’s Title, which the Nightmare won from Charlotte Flair at WrestleMania 39.
Rhea Ripley most recently defended her gold against Natalya on the July 4 edition of Raw.

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