Aniano, 26, is not at all pleased that her tilt against Goodlaxson has been cancelled.
"Sarah Goodlaxson you are no Mixed Martial Artist," Aniano wrote. "You are a trash talker that cannot back up your bark with any kind of a bite. To set the record straight, Sara has again called me out and then backed out of the fight. I can say with confidence that she is a coward. But it is ok, I am going places girl. You can be content to talk in my shadow. Bigger things on the horizon. I love all of my fans and supporters."
Goodlaxson, who has been battling viral bronchitis and an upper respiratory infection since Thanksgiving, was apologetic for backing out. She withdrew from the fight due to personal reasons.
Goodlaxson was supposed to fight Aniano in 2010, but she suffered torn ligaments in her ankle that prevented her from engaging in battle.
"I was supposed to fight her over two years ago," Goodlaxson noted. "The Wednesday before, I tore a few ligaments in my ankle and wouldn't have been able to do much on it. I couldn't even grapple that Friday without it hurting. I asked to reschedule the fight. She was already angry because I went and trained with her old team- the team I'm still currently with."
Two years later, Goodlaxson finds herself unable to compete due to health concerns.
"I wanted to call you myself and tell you," Goodlaxson responded via Facebook when Aniano blasted her for backing out of the Jan. 19 scrap. "I deserve all the backlash you can give."
Aniano was in no mood for forgiveness.
"Sarah don't try to make yourself look good now," Aniano wrote. "You are a coward and I have nothing to say to you. After the garbage you said about me you have no sympathy or respect from me. I wouldn't answer your phone call anyway."
No word yet from TWC, but the Jan. 19 Meanstreak event is still slated to go on.
Aniano had been looking to get back in the win column after a recent draw against Crystal Ceasar. Aniano, who went 0-2-1 in her last three is one of Michigan's top strawweight contenders, but it's unclear where she goes from here.
As for Goodlaxson, she's riding a two-fight win streak, with both of her recent victories coming by way of rear-naked choke.
The Jan. 19 Total Warrior Combat (TWC) event, which is set for Lansing's Best Western Plus, features Johnathan Dutton vs Zack Shaw in a lightweight championship bout, and Juarez vs Wojciechowski in a heavyweight clash.