The majority of the WWE Universe were so excited to see the two Women's Champions in WWE face-off on Sunday at Survivor Series.
It was supposed to be a clash for the ages between Raw's Ronda Rousey and SmackDown's Becky Lynch - it was rumoured that it may have been slated to main event as well.
But after a face-breaking punch from Nia Jax on Monday Night Raw, a broken nose and concussion ruled the Lasskicker out of the Los Angeles show, and was replaced by Charlotte Flair.
A match-up that has been long-mooted as a potential WrestleMania 35 main event, we were getting a 'dream match' on just five days notice between a UFC Hall of Famer and an already-legendary Women's Champion.
And for what it was, it was a really good match - both were allowed to get their stuff in, it was full of good chain wrestling and reversals that made for a really entertaining match.
But it felt like there wasn't going to be a clean finish as in reality, both stars needed protecting in this instance.
So Charlotte decided to weaken the Baddest Woman On The Planet by smacking her repeatedly with a kendo stick.
These actions obviously disqualified Flair, who finished the brutal beating by stamping on Rousey's neck with a chair wrapped around it.
Anyone would have been laid out by such a beating, but not Rousey - who managed to walk it off, and even compete the next night against Mickie James.
In a special vlog for her YouTube channel though, Rousey has shared some of the bruises and welts that she received at the hands of Flair - and they look really nasty.
Considering she's only been in the business less than a year, you have to give props to Rousey for agreeing to take a beating of that magnitude.
She's really shown in such a short space of time that she's a natural to the sports entertainment world and when the time does come to face 'The Man', it's one every WWE fan will want to see.
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