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It was a one-sided Survivor Series
It was a one-sided Survivor Series

Ronda Rousey vs Charlotte Flair

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The match had a big fight feel to it. The crowd chanted "Becky" and the two started strong, evading potentially devastating strikes. Charlotte was standing tall and not backing down in the stand-up against Rousey.

The RAW Women's Champ almost went for the armbar but Charlotte powered out. Rousey rolled over and got Charlotte in Fireman's carry position. A chaotic start but the crowd loved it.

An elbow by Charlotte busted Rousey's mouth open and though she came close to a Figure-8, Rousey kicked her face before tweaking her left arm. Rousey even lifted her legs to prevent a moonsault and hyped the crowd up but ate a vicious spear.

She kicked out at 2 and a half and Charlotte immediately got the Figure-4 leg lock. Rousey countered it and they both went rolling out of the ring. Rousey then sent her into the barricade and back in the ring, hit a few judo throws, though they clearly weren't done with the same pace and power. An exhausted Rousey went for a series of punches but Charlotte countered with chest slap after chest slap.

A big boot by Flair still wasn't enough. Rousey then jumped on Charlotte to try to get the armbar, but Flair cleverly sensed the ropes next to her and used her long legs to escape. Rousey hit the Piper's pit on Charlotte and tried to get the armbar, but The Queen escaped.

Charlotte went back into the ring and went back out to break the count. Rousey chased her but Charlotte whacked her with a kendo stick, DQing herself.

Ronda Rousey def. Charlotte Flair by DQ

RAW - 5

SmackDown - 0

After the match, Charlotte assaulted Rousey time and time again with the kendo stick. The referee stopped her from using the steel chair, but she went back in the ring and hit the Natural Selection on the steel chair.

Charlotte was stopped by multiple referees but she shoved them all away and slammed Rousey with a steel chair. She placed it around her neck and stomped on it right after she shoved the last referee away.


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