As announced on the latest episode of Monday Night Raw that was aired on 16th November, Nia Jax, Shayna Baszler, Mandy Rose, Dana Brooke and Lana were to take part women's team of the red show in the five vs five team match on the company's upcoming Pay-Per-View (PPV), Survivor Series.
These names had already been announced by the WWE and four of these athletes were to play the finale without a qualification match. The only exception was Lana, who had to win her match to show up for the Series. However, the last episode of the red show has upset the card of the company's last Big Four event.
During the latest episode of the flagship show of the McMahon-owned company that aired on this Monday, there were two attacks that knocked out two of the athletes who were expected to take part in the Series, with Dana Brooke and Mandy Rose being in fact they have been removed from their match on November 22nd.
Dana Brooke and Mandy Rose replaced at Survivor Series
During two different segments of the evening, Mandy Rose and colleague Brooke were knocked out by two different Superstars, with Rose being the victim of an attack by federation duo champion, Nia Jax, with the help of her partner.
of team Shayna Baszler, with the two who injured the girl. As for Dana Brooke, she was knocked out by Retribution member Reckoning with a brutal backstage attack on Raw that effectively ousted her from the Series team too.
WWE also shared a GiF of how Brooke was injured and, therefore, forced to be left out of Survivor Series. Later in the evening, the WWE through its official Adam Pearce announced the two replacements who will take the place of the injured Dana Brooke and Mandy Rose.
Lacey Evans and Peyton Royce have been confirmed to be Rose and Brooke's replacements for the 22nd November show. It is not known at the moment why the WWE has decided to change its mind only a few days away from Survivor Series, which is its most important PPV that comes around each season in the autumn, with the two girls who probably will not take part in the event, given their departure from the scene on Raw.