Charlotte Flair is the most successful woman in the history of WWE. She has been with the company since 2012 and since then The Queen has won 13 World Championships. Flair is currently in her sixth reign as the Smackdown Women’s Champion, and has even won the Raw Women’s Championship six times too.
Flair has also won the Divas Championship once and the NXT Women’s Championship twice. No other woman in the history of the company has won as many title. In fact, even among her male counterparts there are just a handful of them who’ve held the World title more number of times.
Charlotte Flair is all set to main event Wrestlemania Saturday. She will be putting her Smackdown Women’s Championship on the line against Ronda Rousey. This is the second time the two Superstars will be colliding in a Wrestlemania main-event. Unfortunately, back then, neither of them secured a win and Becky Lynch won the match.
Since the last couple of months Charlotte Flair has been feuding against Ronda Rousey. It is easily one of the best feuds going on currently, with multiple attacks involved. But the Smackdown Women’s Champion seems quite confident heading into the match and is already looking forward to new challengers.
Flair recently appeared for an interview with Hot 97, where she discussed her future plans. “I expect big things not that Bianca hasn’t already done big things, and I still look at my Money in the Bank match with Rhea Ripley, it was a great match. I want to see, you know, what’s next for the both of them,” mentioned Flair.
Charlotte Flair was in action at the MSG
The Madison Square Garden recently witnessed a WWE live event. While the highlight of the event was easily Universal Champion Roman Reigns’ attack on WWE Champion Brock Lesnar, but the Smackdown Women’s Champion was seen in Tag Team action too.
In a rematch of the Elimination Chamber, Charlotte Flair had teamed up with Sonya Deville to face Ronda Rousey and Naomi. The outcome was also the same as at the premium event. This time the difference was just that instead of Sonya Deville it was Flair who tapped out.