Charlotte Flair is one of WWE’s top female superstars and she recently spoke about being labelled “Ric Flair’s Daughter”. Ric Flair is one of the most influential wrestlers of all time. In fact, many people believe that he was one of the only wrestlers that made WCW popular in the 80s and 90s.
Flair apparently started a new storyline with Ric Flair during RAW Legends Night.
Charlotte Flair on Ric Flair's Name Being Associated with Her
Ric Flair actually helped Lacey Evans and Peyton Royce win the WWE Women’s Tag Team Titles.
The previous title holders were Asuka and Charlotte. Charlotte then got into Ric’s face and told him to stay out of her business. This tension continued on RAW Talk. Charlotte stated during the show, “Actually I'm not really sure why are you following me out here, dad”.
In his response, Flair said, "I already told you it was an honest mistake." Charlotte said, "No, dad. Sorry," before asking Flair to leave the set. Charlotte then explained why she never required any help from her father during the match to help her retain the WWE Tag Team Titles along with Asuka.
"I know he was trying to help, he would do anything for me," said Charlotte. "That said, I didn't need his help. I never lost. "I get that he's funny and the dirtiest player in the game. I get it. That said, I just want him to stay there and be proud of me.
I don't need his help. It boils down to the fact that I'm just frustrated that I lost. I'm a sore loser," she added. She then proceeded to say that she doesn’t like being called Ric Flair’s daughter anymore.
"A part of me feels bad because I do get to cherish these moments with him," admitted Charlotte. "I mean, who gets to walk down to the ring with their dad? "At the same time, all I can think about is, before I main evented WrestleMania, ESPN goes, "Becky Lynch, Royal Rumble winner.
Ronda Rousey, RAW Women's Champion, and Charlotte Flair, Ric Flair's daughter. That's how they labeled me going into the Mania main event. These little things add up and tonight I felt like we had the win and my dad felt it was needed to help."