Charlotte Flair wants to be the most loved

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Charlotte Flair wants to be the most loved

In 2019, women's wrestling in WWE experienced one of the best moments ever when it was announced that WrestleMania 35 would host the first main event in the history of the all-female show. Initially it was thought that the two protagonists would have been Becky Lynch and Ronda Rousey, with The Man who had brought home the victory of the Royal Rumble, but in the end Vince Mcmahon had also added Charlotte Flair, which had sparked quite a few controversies.

Speaking during an interview with Busted Open Radio last weekend, The Queen reflected on that experience by saying, "Yes, I agree," when told that according to the two interviewers she was the glue that held the match together.

“You have this warm baby face, Becky Lynch, that the fans love. You have this woman [Rousey] who paved the way and showed that women can main event pay-per-views at UFC. I feel like I did Yeah, it's narratively fun to say I was forced into that situation or whatever the fans want to say, but I know what my purpose was and looking back, I'm fine with it."

Charlotte Flair is a true legend

Charlotte Flair continued the speech by saying, “Do you feel like people are constantly poking me and I've never given them anything? I've been so constant in public.

I've never knocked down other talent to make myself stand out. There is constant hatred towards Charlotte. I don't feel like I have, but sometimes I feel like people are trying to make me do it. I was part of what was happening at Wrestlemania 35.

No matter what they want me to say, no one can ever take away how I feel about me, about the performance and the storyline." That night, Charlotte Flair lost the SmackDown title by not winning the Raw title either, with Becky Lynch pinning Ronda Rousey to become Becky 2 Belts.

SmackDown Women's Champion Charlotte Flair recently reacted to Saraya's (fka Paige) social media post, where she opened up on her journey. Saraya took to Twitter to talk about her journey so far and the person she has become today.

"Seeing how far I’ve come is f*cking awesome. I feel so lucky to be where I am today. Sometimes you forget the sh*t you’ve gone through and don’t give yourself enough credit on where you’re at. And that’s to everyone too not just me. Keep it going," tweeted Saraya.

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