Becky Lynch against Ronda Rousey had been the most talked-about match for this Sunday's Survivor Series event - but that sadly won't be the case anymore.
Whilst the bloodied face of Lynch made her look like a star, the actual effects of the injuries she suffered means the bout is off.
It's an absolute shame because Lynch is probably the best thing about WWE television currently, everything she does at the moment screams 'star'.
Her appearance on SmackDown Live last night though was to select a new opponent for Rousey, and she chose her former friend and now bitter rival Charlotte Flair.
The WWE Universe were trying to piece together what actually occurred in the ring on Monday, as the main cameras didn't pick up the altercation in which Lynch was bloodied.
Fans had narrowed it down to either Nia Jax or Dana Brooke, who had both come into contact with Lynch around the time it was noticeable she was bleeding.
But new footage broadcast on SmackDown showed the full extent of what really happened.
A fresh angle of the brawl showed that it was indeed Jax who was to blame for the injury, and her actual punch looked really brutal.
As you can see, it didn't look accidental, it was a closed-fist punch to the face - one that has disorientated Becky and left her with a concussion and a 'broken face', and cost her a potential Survivor Series main event.
As a result of the incident, there's been huge criticism towards Jax on social media, and whilst some has arguably gone too far, a lot of the constructive comments can't really be argued with.
The fact that WWE openly pointed out it was Nia's fault as well may not be a good indication for her future, regardless of who she's related to within the business.
It will be interesting to see going forward if Jax still gets her title opportunity against Rousey, as the company probably are far from happy at her part in having to postpone a major bout.
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