superstar Shotzi left fans scared for her health after she took a very nasty fall at Survivor Series.
The huge premium live event in got started on Saturday night with the women’s WarGames match pitting the thrillseeking star, Bianca Belair, Charlotte Flair and Becky Lynch against Damage CTRL.
At one point during the bout, the spiky haired daredevil took a real risk with a dive at Bayley, launching herself between the two caged rings.
However, Shotzi – who shaved her green locks earlier this year in solidarity – appeared to land right on her head in a scary moment.
Thankfully, she was able to carry on the match as her team ended up winning, but fans were concerned after the uneasy incident.
One viewer wrote on X (Twitter): ‘Did Shotzi just hurt her head? That was a nasty landing #SurvivorSeries’
‘Shotzi just drilled her head into the mat,’ pointed out a second fan, with a third person added: ‘Shotzi just landed nasty on her head #SurvivorSeries’
‘She almost break her neck,’ someone else wrote.
The match lived up to its legendary history, with plenty of dramatic moments, including Iyo Sky referencing her own legacy by wearing a trash can to dive from the top of the cage.
In another memorable moment, Asuka went to spray Shotzi with the mist for a second time, but she was able to duck out of the way as Bianca sprayed the Empress of Tomorrow with a fire extinguisher.
The match was also noteworthy for Becky and Charlotte appearing to bury the hatchet after a rollercoaster relationship over the years as .
Thankfully they look to be back on track now, which delights fans knowing their history as , alongside Sasha Banks and Bayley.
Back in November 2021, Charlotte exclusively told Metro.co.uk: ‘It’s an unspoken bond. Our careers have all taken different turns and ended up in different sports in different times. The level of respect is always there, no matter what.
‘You just don’t… maybe we should talk about it more, but we all know how we feel about each other, what we did and what it took and how hard we worked to get where we are.’