After the sensational forced stop due to an imminent operation for the WWE multi-champion Charlotte Flair, an operation whose nature is not yet known from any online source, it would seem that the future of the daughter of the two-time WWE Hall of Famer Ric Flair, it may be short of wrestling.
Obviously, at the moment there is talk of simple rumors and above all of anything that could bring Charlotte away from the rings in a definitive or in any case drastic way, but there is still talk of an important TV project, with its authors who would however like the daughter of Nature Boy in the cast.
Charlotte Flair received an offer to star in a TV series
While appearing on The Wrestling Inc Daily Podcast, Ric Flair talked about Charlotte Flair’s future in the company. The Nature Boy revealed that Charlotte has an offer to star in a TV series and the people in charge of the series have been actively pursuing her for it.
Flair said that he hopes that The Queen finishes up her SummerSlam commitments with WWE and maybe take some time off for as long as she wants and that others can fill her shoes. “I’m actually hoping that when she finishes her commitments up at SummerSlam or whenever it is – I have no idea when.
I know she has a TV series looking at her and she’s got fitness people wanting to do work with her. I hope that she takes as long as she wants off so that all these people that can fill her shoes and do that every night have the opportunity and God bless that thought”.
Charlotte Flair was promoted to WWE's main roster in 2015, going on to hold the Divas Championship once (being its final holder), the Raw Women's Championship four times - of which she was the inaugural holder, the SmackDown Women's Championship a record five times, and would win the NXT Women's Title a second time in 2020 (with NXT having been elevated to WWE's third main brand the previous year) making her a record 12-time women's world champion.
Flair also won the 2020 Women's Royal Rumble match. In 2016, PWI readers voted Flair both Woman of the Year and that year's world's top female professional wrestler. Flair became the first woman to headline a WWE pay-per-view event in October 2016 (alongside Sasha Banks) and one of three women to headline WrestleMania, WWE's flagship annual event, in April 2019 (alongside Becky Lynch and Ronda Rousey).