In recent weeks we have seen some WWE Superstars who are forced to be absent, some for a real injury, such as Big E, struggling with two very important cervical fractures or Charlotte Flair, the former Friday Night Smackdown champion officially out with a fractured arm, delivered thanks to Ronda Rousey's Armbar in the company's latest PPV: Wrestlemania Backlash.
Unlike Big E's injury, which is 100% real, Charlotte's is instead a work that WWE used to keep her out of the scene, as the Nature Boy's daughter, Ric Flair, (struggling with his return to the ring at the age of 73), is about to marry her now long-time boyfriend, Andrade, current All Elite Wrestling wrester and former WWE athlete.
In days, therefore, Charlotte should get married and in the last hours it seems to have also reached news of when we should smell orange blossom in the air, with the former champion who will therefore arrive at her umpteenth wedding, after those already shipwrecked.
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Backstage news on Charlotte Flair
Thanks to the latest newsletter of the usual Dave Meltzer, to the microphones of the Wrestling Observer radio show, we learn that Charlotte Flair's marriage seems to be much closer than it seems, with the former champion of the blue show who in fact should become Andrade's wife later this month.
The set date for the wedding, in fact, goes from 27 to 30 May, with the precise day that was obviously kept secret by the couple, just like the location of the event, to avoid paparazzi or unwanted fans in such an exciting and private moment.
The ceremony will thus be held during the weekend of the American Memorial Day, with the two who will seal their love started in the backstage of the WWE, after a first phase of acquaintance and who began to come out already in February 2019, becoming official boyfriends at the beginning of 2020.
As already reported in various news, Charlotte should not return to WWE until late summer, with her fans who will have to do without her for several weeks. The answer is yes. She was arrested in 2008 for assaulting a police officer.
Her former partner Riki Johnson, Ric Flair, and herself got into a scrimmage, and neighbors called the police. The current SmackDown Superstar was sentenced to 45 days of imprisonment, which was later reduced to supervised probation and a $200 fine.
In 2015, Stephanie McMahon announced the Women's Revolution in WWE with the main roster debuts of Charlotte Flair, Becky Lynch, and Sasha Banks. Flair was able to win the Divas Championship in the same year by defeating Nikki Bella.