THE SURVIVOR SERIES dream match between Becky Lynch and Ronda Rousey is OFF.
Fans have been counting down the seconds to the champion versus champion showdown at Sunday’s blockbuster pay-per-view.
Lynch left UFC legend Rousey battered and bruised as she launched a fierce surprise attack on the star backstage.
Lynch then made her way to the ring to seemingly confront Team Raw in the ring before back-up arrived from the crowd to launch a fierce assault.
During the melee Lynch was hit with a blow to the nose, causing it to bleed heavily.
However, Fightful also claim the Dublin-born grappler suffered concussion too, which has forced WWE medics to rule her out of competing against Rousey.
Lynch, who proudly posed in front of the cameras as Raw went off air with blood pouring down her face, was immediately checked over by doctors.
The report claims she did not travel along with her fellow invaders and co-stars straight away to tonight’s episode SmackDown event in St. Louis.
As well as Lynch herself, the whole of the WWE Universe will be devastated is the story broken by Fightful is true.
The clash match is one of the most hotly-anticipated for years, with many believing Lynch would inflict a first-ever defeat on Rousey.
The SmackDown champ Lynch has remained vocal on social media all night and day after her actions.
Sharing an image of her bloodied nose, she captioned it with: “Irish war paint.”
WWE have yet to comment on the reports.
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RIC FLAIR SPEAKS EXCLUSIVELY TO SUNSPORT
WEMBLEY could turn in to Wooo-mbley next year if Ric Flair’s predication comes true.
The Nature Boy has backed the “Home of Football” to host the next historic WWE Evolution pay-per-view.
When quizzed on possible venues, the 16-time world champion said: “Who knows what is next… but they will be in a stadium, that’s for sure. They could have sold out Evolution two or three times over.
“Maybe Wembley. That would be awesome. Maybe if Shahib Khan buys Wembley it could go to London.”