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Becky Lynch injury doesn’t stop Ronda Rousey WWE feud as they continue trading barbs on social media

Becky Lynch injury doesn't stop Ronda Rousey WWE feud as they continue trading barbs on social media
Becky Lynch on SmackDown Live. Pic credit: WWE

From the reaction of the WWE Universe at Monday Night Raw this week, the Becky Lynch vs. Ronda Rousey match was one of the most anticipated matches for Survivor Series on Sunday.

Sadly, the Becky Lynch injury has caused that match to end up canceled and Charlotte Flair will step in to replace Lynch. That was due to the WWE refusing to clear Lynch after the concussion she suffered on Monday.

Nia Jax punched Becky Lynch in the face — and it wasn’t a wrestling punch, as Nia actually connected with the blow and concussed Lynch.

Now, Ronda Rousey is mocking the injury on social media.

Ronda Rousey mocks Becky Lynch injury

For WWE fans who feel the response is too long and didn’t read it, here are the basics of what Rousey said:

Ronda Rousey said that the Becky Lynch injury proves that the WWE women’s champion can’t take a punch and then runs and hides when the “bear” wakes up (Rousey is the bear here).

Rousey also continued her nonsensical “Millennial Man” insults, claiming that Becky working hard to get her spot is similar to Millennials who think they deserve respect without earning it (which, as mentioned, makes NO sense at all).

There is also the fact that Becky Lynch is the same age as Ronda Rousey, and since Millennials describes a generation — they are from the same generation.

With that said, Becky Lynch struck back and she was savage.

Becky Lynch shreds Ronda Rousey on Twitter

Much like many of her fans, Becky Lynch had no desire to read all of Ronda Rousey’s nonsensical insults and simply made her case — which made a lot more sense than what Rousey said.

“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. Your mind is as weak as your jaw, & I’m going to move heaven & earth to come destroy them both.”

Basically, this refers to when Ronda Rousey suffered her first loss in the UFC and then disappeared from the company for over a year. Rousey has even said in interviews how that loss shook her confidence. However, she did return — and lost in 48 seconds in her next fight.

On the other hand, the Becky Lynch injury ended with the champion demanding to fight anyway but the WWE is not allowing it. Rousey saying Lynch ran away at the first sign of danger seems hypocritical and Lynch called her out on it.

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