Before the WWE returns, Charlotte Flair is considering how she will change.
Since losing the SmackDown women’s championship to Ronda Rousey at WrestleMania Backlash, Charlotte Flair has not been seen by the public. She then left to get married to Andrade and embark on her honeymoon. She was the most recent guest on Stone Cold Steve Austin’s Broken Skull Sessions on Peacock, which is why she is currently back in the spotlight.
She spoke about a variety of subjects during her appearance, which was quote-worthy. Her opinions on the historic title drop moment between Becky Lynch and Sasha Banks and Naomi leaving the WWE are notable among them.
She also discussed her impending return to the business and what she is considering for her role (Fightful transcription):
“I’m still waiting for that next big bout and that next huge feud,” you might say. You presumably think Rhea (Ripley) wants to defeat me. Liv and Bianca (Belair) (Morgan). There is so much to be happy about. For me, the issue is that I could just keep going. I constantly strive to improve, but being a perfectionist sometimes gets in the way. For example, in ‘Mania, I wanted everything to be too flawless, so when I got to the Backlash, I was like, “You do you, boo.” Because of how it came over, I do want to return with a different perspective. I returned with The Opportunity after skipping ‘Mania the previous year, only changing my clothes, wanting to improve the way my body looks, getting into better shape, and altering the style of my hair a little. What is the next layer, though? It won’t be a decent guy, I can assure you of that [laughs]. How does it appear? Am I more dark? Nevertheless, you must always progress in some way; what does that look like? I think. Don’t fix what is not broken.
Flair will likely be working at the top of the card no matter how she returns. Her character evolving sounds intriguing enough to me.
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