Charlotte Flair could lose her title soon
by SIMONE BRUGNOLI | VIEW 891
Charlotte Flair is one of the most decorated WWE Superstars of any era. 'The Queen' rose to the top of the company shortly after making her main roster debut and has contributed more to the growth of the women's division than any other athlete.
The daughter of the legendary Ric returned in the last episode of SmackDown in 2022. Her possible return had been rumored for several months, but WWE kept putting it off and not providing certain news. 'The Queen' wasted no time and immediately challenged Ronda Rousey for the SmackDown Women's Championship, defeating her opponent in just 41 seconds to clinch her 14th world title.
Charlotte will be called upon to defend her belt from Rhea Ripley's assault at Wrestlemania 39, scheduled for April 1 and 2 at SoFi Stadium. In fact, the latter won the royal female brawl, remaining in the ring for more than an hour and proving to be in great shape.
The two women are going to battle it out for the Smackdown Women's title at WrestleMania 39.
Backstage news on Charlotte Flair
According to bookmakers, the SmackDown title could change hands at the 'Showcase of the Immortals'
Odds suggest that Rhea Ripley will exit WrestleMania 39 as the new SmackDown Women's Champion, a pretty sensational but not so unlikely scenario. Interviewed by Joseph Staszewski for the 'New York Post', the daughter of the legendary Ric admitted she was speechless when she heard the roar of the audience: "I was overwhelmed by the reaction of the fans.
Usually I can control my emotions very well, but in this case I had a hard time managing them. I never imagined such a thing. Maybe I had similar feelings when I won at WrestleMania 32, but it wasn't exactly a surprise. I'm having the best moment of my entire career and I hope it lasts as long as possible." We will see what the next moves of the WWE management will be, which has been renewed after the sensational return of Vince McMahon earlier this year.
Triple H remained at the head of the creative team, while Stephanie resigned to the general amazement. SmackDown Women's Champion Charlotte Flair had massive praise for Rhea Ripley in a backstage interview on tonight's episode of SmackDown.
“Rhea Ripley! I am happy she chose me. I’m proud of her for winning the Royal Rumble... especially going one to thirty. I definitely think we have unfinished business, but I also think that I might be her nightmare, right?”