For months, Teen Mom OG fans were brimming with anticipation at the thought of Farrah Abraham entering a boxing ring to get pummelled by fellow former reality star Nicole"Hoopz" Alexander.
Sadly, it now looks as though Farrah's face will go un-pummelled, as she's backed out of the fight and blamed everyone but herself -- which is kind of her thing.
One of the people who was looking forward to Farrah's ass-whupping was Catelynn Lowell, who bought tickets to attend the bloodbath.
Obviously, Cate was disappointed that promoters were forced to find a last-minute substitute, and she called Farrah out on social media.
Which, of course, prompted an over-the-top response from Farrah, and the whole thing quickly snowballed into a full-on feud.
Take a look:
Farrah may have backed out of her bout with Nicole "Hoopz" Alexander, but she was more than happy to engage in a war of words with Catelynn.
The Big Letdown
Cate traveled to Atlantic City to take in the glorious sight of Farrah getting beat to a pulp, and, she made it quite clear that she was disappointed in her former co-star.
"Going to Atlantic City was supposed to see Farrah get laid the hell out by Hoopz thennn she dropped out! Still going to support our girl Hoopz tho!" Lowell wrote on Instagram.
Hoopz squared off against Mob Wives star Natalie DiDonato instead, but Cate was quite clear about the fact that she was hoping to see Farrah get knocked out.
Driving the Point Home
Lowell blasted Farrah as a "scared sissy" and suggested that she "grow a pair," just in case anyone somehow missed her point.
Not Ready For the Ring
Even though Farrah fled to the Maldives for a vacation/photo op instead of stepping into the ring, she hasn't backed away from the media spotlight in the days since she canceled her fight. Quite the opposite, in fact.
Farrah Claps Back
In an interview with Hollywood Life, Farrah blasted just about everyone who was involved with the fight, including "Hoopz, Catelynn, and other low-class wannabe celebrities like Drita [D'Avanzo]."
Making a Mockery
Abraham then accused Catelynn and friends of making light of the charitable goal of the event by "planning to make a mockery of anti-bullying."