WWE Hall of Famer reflects on Charlotte Flair



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WWE Hall of Famer reflects on Charlotte Flair

Charlotte Flair has now truly challenged any woman in the WWE rings, continuing to break down barriers and break record after record and so it's no wonder that many people are thinking about seeing her fight with men too.

However, she has always said not to cultivate this desire, as she believes she wants to make her own in the female category for herself and for her colleagues, but that in any case, she wants to promote gender equality by finding a balance in the card of the various shows, for this reason, it's also not much in favor of another premium live event like Evolution, even if it wouldn't hold back anyway.

During the last episode of SmackDown, a brand where she is currently still the champion, we saw her, for example, attack and imprison poor Drew Gulak in Figure 8, the new interviewer of the blue brand. This triggered a thought in a character from the professional wrestling world.

Bully Ray opens up on Charlotte Flair

During a long chat on Busted Open Radio, WWE Hall of Famer Bully Ray paid many compliments to Charlotte Flair, also adding that he wouldn't mind seeing her fight men in WWE as well.

"I can honestly say I like the fact that I applied Figure 8 to a man last night. I want Charlotte to fight men. In fact, going into this match, you know, apply Figure 8 to two other guys, three other guys... you can have guys who give way to the right and to the left."

Surely for the athletic qualities and personality of The Queen, it is not difficult to think that she can also be successful against men, because even on a physical level, being a woman on the Amazon model, very tall and muscular, she can be very well hold up a contest of that guy.

Who knows that one day she may not decide to do it for a whim, but for now she seems to be well focused on her colleagues, more than on her colleagues. But never say never, it is still the WWE and she is still Charlotte Flair, the woman with a thousand records and a thousand experiences on the square.

At the 2022 Royal Rumble, Charlotte Flair competed in the women's free-for-all bout and came very close to winning it. She was the last woman to be eliminated by eventual winner Ronda Rousey. The two stars then kicked off a feud on the road to WrestleMania for the SmackDown Women's Championship.