Smackdown Women’s Champion Becky Lynch has been pulled from this Sunday’s Survivor Series PPV following an appearance on RAW last night in Kansas City.
Fightful.com is reporting that Lynch may have suffered a broken nose and concussion after she was busted open during the final segment of RAW, which featured a brawl between the RAW and Smackdown women’s divisions to hype Survivor Series this weekend.
As reported earlier, it appears Lynch was busted open after taking a bad elbow from Nia Jax in the corner. Lynch was seen immediately falling to the ground and grabbing her face. She still continued on and closed the show attacking Rousey, who charged the ring.
Another angle of the Nia Jax shot that busted open Becky Lynch pic.twitter.com/h4M4ZTytaw
— Wrestleview.com (@wrestleview) November 13, 2018
The Wrestling Observer/Figure Four Online is also confirming the report, meaning the planned Champion vs. Champion match between Lynch and RAW Women’s Champion Ronda Rousey will no longer take place as planned on Sunday in Los Angeles.
As of 5:00 p.m. Eastern, WWE has not confirmed or officially announced that Lynch has been pulled from the card. It’s possible they will address this during tonight’s Smackdown Live broadcast in St. Louis, which goes live in a little under three hours.
We will continue to follow this story as it develops.