Should Charlotte Flair fight with men?



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Should Charlotte Flair fight with men?

Those who regularly follow SmackDown know that in recent weeks Charlotte Flair, in addition to continuing her feud with Ronda Rousey, is increasingly brutalizing Drew Gulak (in her new role as interviewer). Well, there are those who believe that it should be the norm for her to share the ring with male opponents.

That list recently saw the addition of two WWE Hall of Famers, Mark Henry and Bully Ray, who have requested that the SmackDown champion regularly fight against male Superstars. Wrestling legends formed their opinion after Charlotte's recent fights with Drew Gulak on SmackDown.

Ever since Ric Flair's daughter trapped Gulak in his patented Figure-Eight Leglock, Henry has expressed a desire to see Charlotte beat up men. "She has the potential to outshine Ric if she is allowed to fight men," World 'Strongest Man said on a recent episode of 'Busted Open Radio' be the ultimate heel."

A Charlotte capable of defeating even men, according to Mark Henry, would make her unique in the female panorama of contemporary wrestling and beyond: "She would return to face her rivals, allowing herself to say that she had left them alone because they are all inferior.

it could give rise, as I know, to another 10 years of domination on his part, such that in the future people will think only of Charlotte when they hear the name 'Flair'"

What's next for Charlotte Flair?

The topic, as mentioned, had been dealt with in the same venue by another WWE Hall of Famer.

Also on 'Busted Open Radio' last week, Bully Ray said she believes WWE shouldn't stop with Charlotte Flair only tapping Drew Gulak, and that more men should feel the Queen's wrath. "I love that she applied Figure Eight to a man last night," Bully said.

"I want Charlotte to fight with the men. In fact, she gets in the ring and traps two other boys in Figure Eight, three other boys. He has to make one man after another give way to the right and left." As already known, WWE has announced an "I Quit Beat The Clock Challenge" with Ronda Rousey and Charlotte Flair on the occasion of Friday's episode of SmackDown.

The two will then face off in an "I Quit Match" at the WrestleMania Backlash premium live event scheduled for Sunday 8 May. Who knows if, after this show, Queen will not be able to face only male colleagues in the ring.

Flair defended her title against Aliyah at last night's WWE Sunday Stunner house show. At one point during the match, the 36-year-old was kicked in the face, which resulted in a cut. Fans noticed it as well and shared the video on social media.