Ronda Rousey
Ronda Rousey will now face Charlotte after Becky Lynch was pulled from their Survivor Series match. In this picture, Rousey speaks as she becomes the first female inducted into the UFC Hall of Fame at The Pearl concert theater at Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas, Nevada, July 5, 2018. Ethan Miller/Getty Images

In the latest war of words between the two WWE female superstars, Smackdown women's champion Becky Lynch brought up Raw women's champion Ronda Rousey's defeats in the UFC.

Lynch and Rousey were due to fight at this weekend's WWE Survivor Series pay-per-view event, however, the former was ruled out after suffering a "broken face" when Nia Jax accidentally struck her during Monday Night Raw this week.

Charlotte will be replacing Lynch instead, but Rousey continued her feud with the Irish superstar.

She took to social media on Wednesday and posted a picture of a tweet from Nate Diaz, who was addressing Dustin Poirier for their UFC 230 fight cancellation: "If u can't make it to war u lose the war. U ain't bout this life..."

Mocking Lynch in the same manner for not making it to war, Rousey continued with the insults.

"Unfortunately now everyone knows if someone hauls off and punches you for real, your face implodes," Rousey wrote in the caption. "I suggest you keep practicing your tough guys faces in the mirror, should be very effective physical therapy."

"Don’t worry I’m not the back stabbing cheap shotting ambushing cowardly type, so you’re perfectly safe to take your time and heal up until your figurative balls have dropped and you’re finally ready for your comeuppance. I want you 100% healed up, prepared, and looking me in the eye when the bell rings. Lemmie know when you’re done healing your boo boos and ready for me to serve you your a-s on a silver platter with your avocado toast," she added.

Lynch would not hold back, as she responded by bringing up Rousey's defeats in the UFC.

Rousey (12-2 MMA record) of course, was an undefeated champion in the UFC until she suffered her first defeat to Holly Holm who knocked her out at UFC 193 in November 2015. The 31-year-old did not do any media duties afterward and essentially went into hiding for a year until she eventually returned to challenge Amanda Nunes for the bantamweight title at UFC 207 in December 2016.

The result was the same however, as she would suffer a TKO loss to the Brazilian just under a minute into the fight before disappearing once again. She would join the WWE in January earlier this year.

Rousey has been very emotional when discussing her UFC defeats, where in some cases, she has even avoided the question entirely.

“I did a whole lot of crying, isolating myself, (husband Travis Browne) held me and let me cry and it lasted two years,” Rousey said in April. “I couldn’t have done it alone. There’s a lot of things you have to remember. Every missed opportunity is a blessing in disguise."

“I had to learn from experience. From the worst things, the best things have come as a result. Time is a great teacher. It’s that belief that time passes, even bad times,” she said.

Lynch's tweet led some to wonder whether Rousey had approved of using her UFC defeats in their storyline feud. However, Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter later stated Rousey was encouraging of it.

WWE Survivor Series takes place Sunday at the Staples Center in Los Angeles.