Carmella fires at Mandy Rose for not being safe at WWE Money in the Bank in deleted tweet

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The women's Money in the Bank ladder match started off Money in the Bank last weekend but it didn't go off without a hitch.

During the match, Carmella seemingly picked up a legitimate injury when Mandy Rose caused a ladder to hit her right knee hard.

The Queen of Staten Island pushed back at Rose in frustration as she tried to attack again as she was trying to get out of the ring.

The former SmackDown Women's Champion was looked at by doctors at ringside before she was assisted to the back.

However, she later returned to the match with a bandage on her knee and attacked The Golden Goddess, making fans question the legitimacy of her injury.


The match was eventually won by Bayley, but Rose felt she was robbed as herself and Sonya Deville were pushed off the ladder by Bayley before she grabbed the Money in the Bank briefcase.

Carmella, however, didn't agree with Rose's statement.

This caused The Golden Goddess to reply by saying: "Aw how’s your knee hunny? Also, go back to being a brunette, you’re never gonna look like me. 🙅‍♀️ #MITB #GodsGreatestCreation"

The Queen of Staten Island snapped back in a now-deleted tweet and said: "Trust me, I don't want to look like you babe. You could never pull off both.

"Also, go back to NXT and learn how to be safe in the ring."


Maybe then the ladder hit to Carmella's knee wasn't a planned spot in the women's ladder match, and that she was lucky that she was able to return to the match after her injury was assessed by doctors backstage.

The first SmackDown Live since Money in the Bank takes place later today, so it will be interesting to see if Rose and Carmella have a confrontation to potentially take this feud further or if WWE sweeps it under the rug before it goes any further.

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