WWE: Rhea Ripley and John Cena star in epic Stranger Things parody

Rhea Ripley transformed into Eleven (Picture: WWE)

Rhea Ripley and John Cena have teamed up for an epic Stranger Things spoof with a WWE twist.

The former Raw Women’s Champion has transformed into Millie Bobby Brown’s alter ego Eleven in the latest WrestleMania Goes Hollywood parody, while the wrestler turned blockbuster star can be heard grilling her as the voice of Martin Brenner, played by Matthew Modine in the hit show.

In the video, which aired during Monday night’s episode of Raw, Rhea can be see trying to harness her psychic powers dressed in the same hospital gown worn by Eleven in the hit Netflix show.

Cena can be heard over the intercom asking: ‘How does the word “pressure” make you feel, Rhea? Surprised to hear me? Yeah, well you shouldn’t be surprised that you can’t see me. But I can see you.’

He ties their exchange into her upcoming SmackDown Women’s Title match at WrestleMania 39, when she will challenge Charlotte Flair for the gold.

Cena adds: ‘Feeling that pressure, huh? Of being the main event of WrestleMania? Is it triggering you right now, Rhea? You want some? Then go get some!’

Rhea Ripley becomes Eleven from Stranger Things in a WWE WrestleMania Goes Hollywood spoof

She was grilled by John Cena in the spoof (Picture: WWE)

Fans loved the parody, with one viewer commenting on YouTube: ‘Massive W right there. Cena killed it with the voice acting.’

Others loved the puns littered throughout the 16-time world champion’s dialogue, with another adding: ‘”You shouldn’t be surprised that you can’t see me”, never change John.’

Rhea is harnessing her powers before WrestleMania (Picture: WWE)
Millie Bobby Brown plays Eleven in the hit Netflix show (Picture: Courtesy of Netflix)

Meanwhile, other fans heaped praise on Rhea and have predicted big things for the Judgment Day star if she decides to make the jump to the big screen.

‘Rhea Ripley, she has that action hero look for Hollywood,’ wrote one fan, while a different person said: ‘Yeah I can totally see Rhea being WWE’s biggest female star in Hollywood one day, and I’d pay to see every movie of hers too!’

The spoof was the latest in a series of movie and TV parodies to build up to WrestleMania Goes Hollywood on April 1 and 2.

Already, fans have seen Becky Lynch and Seth Rollins transform into Batman and The Joker, while Montez Ford and Bianca Belair recreated Titanic.

There’s more to come too, with WWE teasing parodies of Top Gun starring The Miz and Maryse, The 40 Year Old Virgin with Brawling Brutes and Drew McIntyre, and The Bloodline in Goodfellas.

WrestleMania Goes Hollywood will air on April 1 and 2 at 1am via the WWE Network and BT Sport.

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