WWE star Rhea Ripley returns to action after four months of brain and dental injuries Rhea Ripley wrestled for the first

first time in 131 days over the weekend after a long period of action with a serious injury. The WWE Superstar hasn't had a match

since winning the number one contender's match for the Raw Women's Title on June 6, who accidentally knelt in the face during the bout.

She told fans on social media that she suffered a brain and dental injury, and at one point shared a selfie wearing

a heart monitor while training while recovering. The Judgment Day star appeared on screen with her stablemates Finn Balor,

Damien Priest and Dominic Mysterio, Told It Changed Over the Weekend She teamed up with Priest to cast

Priest to cast the pairing of Dolph Ziggler and Nikki A.S.H. Sioux City, Iowa and Topeka, Kansas at the show.

The priest lost both nights, but fans were delighted to see Ripley after such a long time. Talks of always putting together

an inter-gender tag match are very similar, exclusively told Metro.co.uk. Last October, Rhea was devastated

when a bag containing her wrestling outfits and memorabilia fell from the back of her car after it seemed

it seemed to have been taken from the side of the road. That night was a good show for WWE, eventually ending

up borrowing the pants from fellow Raw Superstar Damien Priest to go through with his match. WWE Raw airs well this Monday at 1pm on BT Sport 1.