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WWE Star Suffers Horrific Injury After Opponent Rips Out Her Earring On Live TV


WWE Superstar Jordynne Grace suffered a gruesome injury when an earring ripped from her ear at NXT Battleground.

Pro wrestling’s predetermined results took an unscripted turn on Sunday during Grace’s NXT Women’s Championship match against Roxanne Perez.

During the match, Grace’s earring got caught in Perez’s nets and remained there until the finish.

The mishap was spotted by eagle-eyed fans, including X user @ChandranTheMan who posted a picture of jewelry captured on Perez’s costume. He also posted another picture of Grace’s ear bleeding during labor.

As the match was televised live, Grace was visibly in pain as she pulled away from her opponent, leaving chunks of her ear in the process.

WWE Superstar Jordynne Grace had her earring ripped off during her match at NXT Battleground

Grace's earring got caught in Roxanne Perez's nets (pictured) and left her ear bleeding

Grace’s earring got caught in Roxanne Perez’s nets (pictured) and left her ear bleeding

Still, she continued the match despite not being able to secure the win.

After that, Grace took X with a picture of the injury and said she would no longer have the ring piercing.

«Very sad to announce this after many years of smooth and diligent work,» she said. “My ear piercings will now stop working in the ring.

Injuries aside, the match was entertaining as both women did a good job in the ring. They also performed their athleticism with high-risk maneuvers in a remarkably tough showdown.

However, a good build led to a subpar finish as Perez secured the pinfall to retain her title.

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