Charlotte Flair discusses her success in WWE



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Charlotte Flair discusses her success in WWE

With 13 world champion titles, Charlotte Flair is by far the most decorated female superstar in WWE history. In fact, she only needs three kingdoms to match the all-time record currently held in cohabitation by her father of her Ric and John Cena.

In a recent interview for a South Korean broadcaster, IB SPORTS, Charlotte was asked how much her illustrious origins have influenced her ride in the Stamford-based federation. The Raw star did not shy away from the subject, highlighting for the umpteenth time how Ric Flair is not the main reason for her success in this business.

Charlotte has received a lot of criticism throughout her career, mostly due to a large number of title matches she has taken part in.

Charlotte Flair is by far the most decorated female superstar in WWE history

"Ric Flair did not pass me the baton, I am the one who took it," stated Charlotte Flair.

“I think everyone who underestimated me has made me better. It is as if I had built an empire thanks to the stones thrown by my detractors. I can transform people's contempt into something positive if you know what I mean," she analyzed.

The 35-year-old will face Rhea Ripley for the Raw Women's Championship at Money in the Bank on Sunday. The two had already clashed at WrestleMania Backlash and Hell in a Cell, with Ripley always getting away with it somehow.

“No matter what I do, people will always find something negative. It's like I constantly have a chip on my shoulder. I can only use criticism as if it were a fuel, in order to tell stories and improve my character more and more,” she commented.

After almost a year and a half of absence, WWE fans are finally back live for the latest episode of SmackDown. A great pay-per-view show is expected to air on stage in Texas. The hope is that it is only the beginning of a gradual return to normality.

During the most recent episode of The Kurt Angle Show on AdFreeShows.com, Kurt Angle rewatched an old WWE SmackDown episode and shared his thoughts on a possible intergender contest. "Like this, I don't know, but would I put a woman over if I had to? Yes.

I would. Especially someone like Chyna or, you know, even Charlotte Flair. She had so much success, you know, you can put her up against any man now, today. She is somebody I'd probably do a job for."