The upcoming WWE Survivor Series 2018 pay-per-view has fans excited for several of the matches featuring stars from the two brands. It's another round of "Raw" vs "SmackDown Live," with champion vs. champion matches on the card. Among those matches is Intercontinental Champion Seth Rollins vs United States Champion Shinsuke Nakamura and WWE Champion AJ Styles vs WWE Universal Champion Brock Lesnar. One of the biggest involved Becky Lynch vs Rhonda Rousey, but it appears based on a Becky Lynch injury update that may change.

Becky Lynch's injury situation

WWE SmackDown Live Women's Champion Becky Lynch has been quite a run lately and is among the top stars in terms of WWE power rankings. "The Irish Lass Kicker" was part of another invasion storyline which occurred on Monday (November 12) during WWE Raw. Once again, the "SmackDown Live" roster members came over to WWE "Raw" to make a statement. They made a statement, with Becky Lynch laying out WWE Raw Women's Champion Ronda Rousey.

Unfortunately, Becky also paid her dues in the process. Many times, WWE superstars get physically injured during their in-ring performances. This time around, Becky Lynch sustained a broken nose and a concussion, which bloodied her face.

While the image of Lynch's bleeding face made the rounds on social media and impressed fans, it is now part of an unfortunate change in plans.

Survivor Series 2018 match change

As of Tuesday (November 13), multiple media outlets, including Fightful, are reporting that Becky Lynch's concussion and broken nose will mean she needs time off.

Fightful's Sean Rapp indicated that Lynch has now been pulled from her Survivor Series showdown this coming weekend against Ronda Rousey. As of this report, WWE hasn't issued any statements regarding the cancellation of the match.

It seems to indicate that with Becky Lynch out of the picture, WWE may have to move fast to determine what to do.

That could mean, not having Ronda Rousey compete at all, or giving her a new "SmackDown Live" opponent. There have been rumors of a Ronda Rousey vs Charlotte match for "WrestleMania" next year, and that it could possibly main event the show. If that's the case, they probably won't rush to make that match for Sunday's PPV.

That leaves a short list of "SmackDown Live" women's superstars to put into the match. The best of the rest are part of "Team SmackDown" for the women's tag match. However, it's possible one could work double duty, or they could give Nikki Bella a rematch at "Rowdy" Ronda Rousey. It should be interesting to see what "Survivor Series" changes are announced, especially with "SmackDown Live" on live television Tuesday night.