Charlotte Flair got more than she bargained for when she went into the ring to confront Ronda Rousey at Elimination Chamber following her successful defense of the Raw Women's title vs Ruby Riott.
However, the damage didn't come from her WrestleMania 35 opponent. Instead, it came from Becky Lynch who was at the event on crutches despite being suspended by WWE.
The Man attacked The Queen with her crutches several times and then attacked Rousey as well before standing tall and eventually being escorted out of the area by security.
While Rousey walked away from the ring with a gash to her head, the damage to Flair wasn't seen until a day later when she posted a picture of her arm on her Instagram story.
Charlotte revealed heavy bruising on her arm as a result of the attack at Elimination Chamber by Becky.
Charlotte Flair's bruising
Cause for concern?
While the bruising looks nasty, it hasn't kept The Queen out of action.
She appeared in a backstage segment on SmackDown Live last night and was also involved in a dark match vs Asuka for the SmackDown Women's title after the event went off the air, a match which she lost.
Charlotte should be okay to continue wrestling moving forward, but as for when she will wrestle next on WWE TV remains to be seen.
It was originally advertised by the arena hosting Fastlane that Flair was going to face Lynch at the event. However, that's no longer the case.
Instead, they're just currently being advertised to appear at the show on March 10, although WWE could change this in the next two weeks before the event.
It's been heavily rumoured for some time now that the main event of WrestleMania 35 will be a triple threat between Flair, Lynch, and Rousey for the Raw Women's Championship.
Having The Man beat The Queen at Fastlane next month could be a way that WWE not only revokes Becky's suspension but also book her in the main event at this year's Showcase of the Immortals.