Piper Niven had a bit of a mishap as she accompanied Chelsea Green for her match (Picture: WWE)
WWE superstar Piper Niven has revealed she suffered a mortifying wardrobe malfunction at Monday Night Raw this week.
The former Women’s Tag Team Champion, who held the gold with tag partner Chelsea Green, accompanied her ally to the ring before the show got underway as the company filmed matches for the WWE Main Event streaming show.
Chelsea beat NXT star Gigi Dolin, previously part of Toxic Attraction, in the bout but it was Piper who is capturing fans’ attention after the match.
Taking to X after the taping, she wrote: ‘My butt may or may not have came out on main event tonight 🤭 (sic)’
Thankfully, she seems to be taking it in her stride as she laughed off the embarrassing incident with a cheeky comment, teasing: ‘Let’s see if it makes the cut! 👀🍑😂’
Showing she’s not fussed by the mishap, Scottish star Piper has been liking plenty of flirty responses to her original tweet, and even retweeted a fans’ picture giving a hint of what happened.
Piper revealed she suffered a wardrobe malfunction at the taping (Picture: X)
‘is this what she talking abt 😭,’ the fan asked alongside a grainy picture with her bottom seemingly on show as her skirt lifted up, and the wrestler simply replied: ‘🤭😂’
Fans were loving her honestly, and X user @MeatyWrestling quipped: ‘In one tweet, Piper Niven has just done more to promote Main Event than WWE has done since the show debuted.’
‘There’s like 8 pixels in this entire image but I can still see Chelsea’s jaw dropped 😭,’ added @kayisdying, while fan @KayfabeSmayfabe tried to get a #DontCutTheButt hashtag going.
Her outfit for the show absolutely slayed (Picture: X/Piper Niven)
Meanwhile, the 2024 Royal Rumble is approaching this weekend and fans are hoping to see Piper get in the ring for the iconic 30-woman match.
Back in 2021, she exclusively told Metro.co.uk she’d love to make history in the men’s version after the likes of Beth Phoenix, Chyna, Awesome Kong Kharma and Nia Jax have all faced the male stars over the years.
‘I know they have a pretty hard stance on things, but it’s always been a dream of mine to be the first woman to win the male Rumble,’ she said. ‘I’d absolutely love to win it. I fancy my chances!’
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