In what has to be the most disappointing news of the WWE Survivor Series this year, the Becky Lynch vs. Ronda Rousey match has been canceled.
Becky Lynch has turned into one of the most popular stars in the WWE since she developed an attitude before her feud with Charlotte Flair. Many fans have compared her to Stone Cold Steve Austin due to her aggressive attitude.
However, on Monday Night Raw, Becky Lynch led the female SmackDown Live superstars with an attack on the Raw women. Sometime during the match, Becky took a shot to the face by either Nia Jax or Naomi.
While the strike did not air when the TV cameras were on those women, it is likely that it was an inadvertent elbow strike from the look of Lynch’s nose after the impact and the blood that spread quickly all over her face.
Becky Lynch and WWE SmackDown Live women attack Raw and after Becky hit Ronda Rousey. with a chair over and over, the…
It looked like a broken nose and now the WWE reveals it is much worse, as they reveal that Lynch suffered a “severe concussion” in the attack. As a result, her match with Ronda Rousey has been canceled.
Becky Lynch didn’t let it stop her in the attack as she delivered three chair shots to Ronda Rousey before leaving the ring as the fans cheered her name and yelled: “one more time” after each chair shot.
Despite this, Becky Lynch is now in the concussion protocol. Remember, Alexa Bliss also has a concussion and is out of action completely, but her ab sense was due to multiple concussions in a short time.
It sounds like Alexa Bliss is hurt a lot worse than originally thought WWE
It is unclear if Becky Lynch will have to give up her SmackDown Live women’s title. If so, that would be tragic as she has worked harder than just about anyone to reach a level of success that no one in the WWE likely expected.
There is no word on whether there will be a new opponent for Ronda Rousey at Survivor Series on Sunday.
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