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Rhea Ripley, one of the most dominating champions in WWE today, opened WrestleMania 40 Saturday, with the Motionless in White playing a live rendition of her entrance theme song “Demon in Your Dreams.” Following her special entrance at the Lincoln Financial Field in Phil adelphia, she managed to defend her WWE Women’s World Championship successfully against Becky Lynch.

In one of the highly anticipated championship matches on the WrestleMania 40 card this weekend, Rhea Ripley and Becky Lynch tore each other to shreds. They put up an incredible showing in front of the jam-packed crowd, hitting each other with multitudes of high spots, utilizing submissions, and exchanging a lot of near falls.

Towards the end of the championship match, Becky Lynch connected with the Manhandle Slam, but Rhea Ripley managed to survive the onslaught from the challenger. After a back-and-forth, Ripley dropped Lynch on the floor with the electric chair, bringing her inside to nail a frog splash.

Following that, Rhea Ripley performed the Riptide on Becky Lynch, putting her into the turnbuckles, followed by another Riptide in the middle of the ring to secure the pin and retain her WWE Women’s World Championship.

Here is the video of Motionless in White performing Rhea Ripley's theme song:

Rhea Ripley shares backstage moment with Charlotte Flair at WrestleMania 40 Saturday

Following her successful WWE Women’s World Championship title defense against Becky Lynch at WrestleMania 40 Saturday at the Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, Rhea Ripley shared a lovely hug and kisses with Charlotte Flair backstage. Notably, at last year’s WrestleMania, the ongoing championship run for Rhea Ripley had begun after she defeated Charlotte Flair in their title match.

During their short interaction, Charlotte Flair pointed at Rhea Ripley, calling her the “Champ,” before telling her to take in the moment. Moreover, Charlotte Flair is currently out of competitive action in the WWE after undergoing ACL surgery a few months ago.