Does Charlotte Flair have the best submission move?



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Does Charlotte Flair have the best submission move?

Wrestlemania Backlash is getting closer and closer and with the premium live event we are also one step closer to the I Quit Match between two great forces of the WWE women's division: Charlotte Flair and Ronda Rousey.

After their Wrestlemania 38 match that disappointed the WWE Universe a bit, the two are ready to redeem themselves in the upcoming event by battling probably with submissions or incorrect strokes to make their opponent say "I surrender"

But poor Drew Gulak also ended up in the midst of this crossfire, moving from a wrestler to being an interviewer and then also Adam Pearce's assistant and taking them from both women.

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The event also featured a couple of title matches in which Ricochet defended his Intercontinental Championship against Butch while Charlotte Flair defended her coveted SmackDown Women's Title against Sasha Banks.

During his WWE interview The Bump, the 8-time 24/7 champion and technical wrestling expert, talked about his new job at WWE, obviously hinting at the two submissions he's had in the past two weeks. In fact, two weeks ago Charlotte Flair first humiliated him in words and then closed him in her Figure Eight by slapping him and making him give up to send a message to his opponent, while last week Ronda Rousey applied the Arm Bar to him.

But which of the two will have hurt him more? Here's how Gulak replied: "Okay, so if you want to talk, both are very devastating, but we're talking about the affected areas here. The Arm Bar hurt my elbow, hyperextending my elbow.

It's a very sharp, sharp pain. The grip. of submission of the Figure Eight attacks the knee, the shin, which is super uncomfortable. I actually have a bad hip. An easy hip to attach. It worked on several levels for me. So I have to say that the Figure Eight is a more painful overall submission.

However, it is a more complicated hold to apply." Drew Gulak was on WWE's the Bump this week. The eight-time 24/7 Champion reflected on his new job and compared being on the receiving end of the two submission holds.

He mentioned that getting caught in Charlotte's Figure Eight was more painful since it impacted him at multiple levels. "Okay so if we're going to talk, both of them are very devastating, but we're talking about the areas affected here.

This one (Armbar) was hurting my elbow, hyperextending my elbow. It's a very sharp acute pain. The Figure Eight submission hold, attacks your knee, your shin, which is super uncomfortable. I actually have a bad hip. A hip that's easy to attack.

That worked on different levels for me. So I have to say that the Figure Eight is an overall more painful submission. However, it’s a more complicated submission hold to apply."