After what happened in the last episode of Monday Night Raw which aired tonight, with the ex-champion of all three rosters who suffered a double attack by Nia Jax both before her match with Asuka and after, Charlotte Flair would have been injured, with a sore arm that apparently shouldn't allow her to fight for some time, at least according to what is officially reported by WWE.
Apparently, the period of absence that the WWE Queen will suffer will be to be sought in an unspecified surgical operation, but it would have nothing to do with Nia Jax's attacks, much less with the arm taken of aims by a colleague.
According to what is reported in the latest updates by the usual Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer, in fact, Charlotte Flair will have to stay out of the WWE scenes for a physical problem, without anyone knowing what nature it is.
Charlotte Flair could be out until Royal Rumble
Furthermore, according to the well-known American journalist, WWE management has already identified the new plans planned for Ric Flair's daughter, once she has recovered from the surgical operation in sight for her.
The ex-multi-champion of all WWE roster will return to war with both Asuka and her new arch-enemy, Nia Jax, in a storyline that will also see the title of female champion of Monday Night Raw. In one of the latest WON newsletters, Meltzer allegedly stated about this situation: "The idea is a three-way program between Nia, Asuka and Charlotte for when Charlotte Flair will return."
According to the latest news reported by Meltzer, therefore, WWE has for the moment frozen the whole situation around the female title of the red show on Monday evening, with champion Asuka and her current challenger Nia Jax, who will for the moment await Charlotte's return to create a three-way challenge, which is already rubbing the hands of several WWE Universe fans.
The 34-year-old Charlotte Flair is the most decorated female competitor in WWE history despite the fact that she has only been signed to the company for eight years. She is a 12-time women's champion overall and most recently held the NXT women's title.
After winning the women's Royal Rumble in January, Flair faced Rhea Ripley for the NXT Women's Championship at WrestleMania 36. That marked the first time an NXT title had ever been defended on The Grandest Stage of Them All.