Ric Flair reveals his daughter Charlotte Flair's insecurities
by SIMONE BRUGNOLI | VIEW 1450
We all remember Wrestlemania 34, an edition that has greatly disappointed the WWE Universe, but also inside it has a gem, a match that triggered a spark, that is the match between Charlotte Flair and Asuka, where the first placed end to the streak of victories of the Japanese.
During his podcast Wooooo Nation Uncensored, Ric Flair paid many compliments to Asuka, in fact, he never hid that he admired her as an athlete and then told about when her daughter confessed to him that she did not feel up to the Empress of Tomorrow.
“You know, Ashley (Charlotte) said to me, 'Dad, I'm fighting Asuka. I don't think I can keep up with her. 'This is more than a compliment, right? Because Asuka brings such unique style, so authentic and so real ... that match she and Ashley had at Wrestlemania, they stole the show.
I mean, they just stole the show, like Becky and she did (at the Survivor Series)," said Ric Flair.
Ric Flair talks about Charlotte
Ric Flair has revealed that WWE did not let him walk up the steps at ringside during his most recent televised appearances for the company.
The two-time WWE Hall of Famer suffered from various medical conditions, including kidney failure, respiratory and heart failure, and pneumonia. In 2017, Flair's family members were told he only had a 20 percent chance of survival and was placed in a medically induced coma.
The two in December 2020 also became couple champions by beating Nia Jax and Shayna Baszler, after the surprise return of the Queen who had been out for about six months for a breast operation after some problems due to implants.
Charlotte, just like her father, has always spoken highly of Asuka: “I firmly believe that when I beat Asuka during her unbeaten streak, she cemented my legacy. I think she made me famous that night." It goes without saying that the two have always given us excellent contests, in pairs or against each other, with the public always willing to compliment them on all social networks.
Who knows if in the future there will still be the possibility for these two to create a little more magic together. Meanwhile, we await the return of the Japanese who was injured recently. He thanked Vince Mcmahon and Triple H, among others, during a speech at the NWA 73 event on Sunday.
In 2012, Jerry Lawler suffered a cardiac arrest at the commentary table shortly after competing in a match on WWE RAW.