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Marie had an embarrassing moment on live tv.

Smackdown utilise bizarre wardrobe malfunction angle with Eva Marie

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The quest for ratings between RAW and Smackdown has been an interesting race and with RAW having given their worst episode since the Draft 3 weeks ago on Monday night, Smackdown had a chance to capitalise tonight.

What aired however, was a relatively run of the mill episode with nothing outstanding or headline grabbing really happening.

One strange choice

Following an attempt at her debut last week, Eva Marie was set to have a second go at this this week once again against Becky Lynch.

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A supposed injury to Marie stopped her going one on one with Lynch last week but this week's abnormal excuse was certainly a strange one.

Rather than another injury, Marie suffered a serious wardrobe malfunction which saw her top almost come off.

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It was a very risky segment that got an even more interesting reaction from the crowd.

It is relatively uncertain at this time if the whole thing was a work or if Marie actually suffered a wardrobe malfunction in the ring.

Either way, it was a somewhat risky segment and we may never know what actually happened as the camera was focused on Lynch the whole time.

Once Marie had ran to the back, Lynch issued an open challenge to anyone in the locker room who wanted a chance on Smackdown.

Alexa Bliss took the opportunity and would get the win over the Irish Lass Kicker after a later distraction by Marie.

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