Ronda Rousey sends message to Charlotte Flair after Survivor Series attack

Ronda Rousey was left outraged after she was viciously assaulted by Charlotte Flair at WWE Survivor Series.

The Raw women’s champion was left in a bloodied mess after her DQ victory over the Smackdown Live superstar.

Flair was a late replacement for Smackdown women’s champion Becky Lynch.

Lynch was ruled out by WWE medics from fighting after she was left wth a broken nose a week ago following her own attack on Rousey.

Lynch ambushed the Raw locker room and set upon Rousey before leading the rest of the Smackdown women’s wrestlers into blows with the Raw roster.

It was then when Nia Jax punched Lynch in the face, breaking the Irish woman’s nose and giving her concussion.

Lynch still managed to finish off the segment by attacking Rousey with a chair.

And her former foe Charlotte continued the brutal attack on Sunday night at the Staples Center.

Former women’s champion Flair appeared to cut Rousey during the match after launching her head into the lower turnbuckle.

She later disqualified herself by using a number of weapons – including a kendo stick and a steel chair to reduce Rousey to the canvas.

Charlotte Flair’s actions will undoubtedly result in consequences with her and Rousey already stated to clash at WrestleMania 35 next April in New York.

But Rousey will be seeking retribution against Lynch too when she is cleared to return.

Rousey was furious after the attack and eventually broke her silence on social media. She warned Flair: "This isn’t over."

In response to fans booing her, Charlotte tweeted: "Boo the woo? Screw. You."

On UFC legend Rousey’s official website a report reacting to the incident read: "What does all of this mean?

"Does Charlotte think she can’t beat Ronda? Is Charlotte simply backing up SmackDown’s Becky Lynch?

"Either way, surely Ronda Rousey isn’t going to let this beatdown go unanswered. If I was Charlotte and I walked into SmackDown Live! on Tuesday, I’d be looking over my shoulder all night long."

A triple threat match could prove to be one of the must-see fights of the year if it happens with some WWE experts suggesting it could even headline the Show of Shows next Spring.

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