Raw Women's Champion Ronda Rousey was set to face Becky Lynch in a Champion vs. Champion match this Sunday (Nov. 18) at Survivor Series, but following her unscripted injury in her fight with Nia Jax during the Smackdown Women's invasion on Raw, she's been pulled from the event last minute.
The injury left Lynch with a bloodied face, and she's now using it as a chance to draw attention to herself in the best way possible. Responding to Jax's post about her minor injury on her hand, she wrote, "Enjoy your own free shot, because as bad as my memory is now, I haven't forgotten you, bitch."
Becky Lynch's replacement on Sunday is set to be Charlotte Flair, as Lynch wasn't medically cleared to wrestle in the coming week or so. Lynch personally picked her sometimes friend, sometimes rival Flair to replace her in the match, and Ronda Rousey is not too happy about the change of plans.
Posting on her Instagram with what is essentially a diss essay, she wrote, "I'm really sorry to hear The Millennial Man will not be showing up for her legally arranged ass whopping on Nov. 18 at the Staples Center. Unfortunately now everyone knows if someone hauls off and punches you for real, your face implodes. I suggest you keep practicing your tough guys faces in the mirror, should be very effective in physical therapy."
She didn't let up in the post, adding, "Lemme know when you're done healing your boo boos and ready for me to serve you your ass on a silver platter with your avocado toast."
Lynch, in a brilliant comeback, kept things simple. "Ronnie, TL/DR," she tweeted. "When I got my face broke I got up, owned you THEN showed up the next day looking to fight some more. When you got your face broke you hid for a year under your blankie."
It would appear, then, that there's a lot of unfinished business between the two. The Survivor Series replacement match is not what fans had in mind, but there's almost a guarantee that these two will fight at some point in the near future.