It's been a rough month-or-so for Brie Bella.
After her initial double-suicide dive botch in her first match back in more than two years, a more serious error occured two weeks ago on Monday Night Raw.
Bella legitimately knocked out Riott Squad member Liv Morgan whilst doing her husband Daniel Bryan's Yes Kicks, which garnered strong social media backlash against her name.
Whilst it may or may not have been 100 per cent her fault, various figures within the WWE came forward to defend Brie, including SmackDown GM Paige - who had to retire due to an in-ring injury earlier this year.
Paige stated that she 'felt bad' for Brie as she's never injured anyone before, whilst subsequently firing shots at Morgan's partners Sarah Logan and Ruby Riott for letting their team member come back into the ring for a suplex whilst clearly concussed.
Maybe the heel turn of both Bellas on Ronda Rousey could have brought some more positive attention to Brie after a torrid few weeks being rag-dolled on social media by various WWE fans.
But that was not to be the case whatsoever.
Once again Brie suffered a sloppy botch during the match - as Logan went for a snapmare take-down, Brie decided to just flop to the mat instead of flipping over like any other seasoned professional would.
It looked terrible indeed, and a GIF of the incident caught fire on Twitter yesterday, causing more backlash against Bella.
At this point, can it get any worse for Brie?
She was never a brilliant wrestler to begin with, and whilst her sister Nikki has come on leaps and bounds since her in-ring debut, Brie's never really had the same skill.
Similar botches like this - however small they may be - are going to draw attention from all angles after the last month she's had.
No-one wants her to be abused or criticised heavily, but as she continues to make errors inside the squared circle - when will enough be enough?
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