‘No star shines brighter than me’ – 36-year-old WWE SmackDown star makes bold statement in front of WrestleMania
Charlotte Flair is confident in her SmackDown Women’s Championship defense against Rhea Ripley at WWE WrestleMania 39.
She returned to the company on the final SmackDown of 2022, defeating Ronda Rousey to win the SmackDown Women’s Championship. Rare Ripley She was the first participant in the Women’s Royal Rumble match, but managed to punch a ticket to WrestleMania from the distance.Ripley Selected Charlotte Flair as her opponent in a rematch from WrestleMania 36.
In an interview with Miami Herald’s Jim Barthalone, the Queen sent a bold message ahead of this year’s WrestleMania at SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles. She said she’s still nervous heading into the show, but the difference from her previous years is that she now knows how good she is:
“I still have my nerves. I think the only difference is knowing how good you are and not being. Going up makes a big difference, and when I go to Los Angeles or Hollywood this year, no star shines brighter than me, so I always want to prove it, and two nights at SoFi did it. I will prove [06:38 – 07:10]
On Charlotte Flair being the daughter of WWE Hall of Famer Ric Flair
Charlotte Flair A future WWE Hall of Famer, she will go down in history as one of the greatest female superstars of all time. She is the daughter of Hall of Famer Ric Flair and has had to do a lot to step out of his shadow.
The 36-year-old admitted that she never intended to be a wrestler all the time, but it was the unfortunate event that inspired her to pursue a career as a WWE superstar. , said the death of her brother Reed Flair was one of the main reasons she started taking her career seriously.
“The week after my brother died I just put it in a drawer and closed it and I haven’t stopped working since. I had such a chip on my shoulder because being a Ric Flair kid is hard. For my brother it was I think I had that guilt because I knew how hard it was, and it was like I wasn’t there for him, all the criticism, hatred, his child. Accept the pressure that comes with it and there can be all kinds of expectations. I don’t think I have it, but somehow I do,” Flair added. [10:39 – 11:30]
Rhea Ripley already swore Steal the title from Charlotte Flair and become the humble Queen at WWE WrestleMania. It will be interesting to see if Charlotte Flair can once again defeat members of The Judgment Day at WWE’s biggest show of the year.
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