In the last few days, many rumors have circulated about the use of Charlotte Flair in the next edition of the Showcase of Immortals, WrestleMania 37 and even Ric Flair, the father of the wrestler, intervened on the issue by releasing a cryptic tweet where he wished the Queen a good recovery and announced that he had also tested positive for Covid-19, adding that WrestleMania will not be the same without the presence of the Queen.
"I pray for you to get well soon! You've definitely raised the bar and WrestleMania will never be the same without the Queen!"
Charlotte Flair was rumored to challenge Asuka at WrestleMania 37
Initially, the WWE seemed to be inclined to launch the Flair in a titled match against Asuka in the Grandaddy of Them All, but the positivity to Covid-19 of the former champion completely upset the plans, with the federation that then decided to send the rookie in Main Roster Rhea Ripley against the Japanese champion.
However, if the Queen were to heal in time she could take part in this match, making it in fact a very respectable Triple Threat, with which the latest arrival from the yellow-black brand of the federation could also take her personal revenge against Charlotte Flair, who managed to beat her in the last edition in the match valid for the NXT Women's Championship.
The match could really be one of the best in the card, with an extreme quality that could please fans from all over the world, who have long requested a clash between these important personalities. It was a very special week for Charlotte Flair, who, in addition to dealing with Covid-19, also had to face the issue of Andrade being officially released by WWE.
Andrade's release put an end to a very complicated moment from a professional point of view for the federation that for some time now no longer had important plans for the former United States and NXT champion. A few weeks ago, Charlotte Flair made her intentions clear to come after the RAW Women's Championship, currently held by Asuka.
However, on the RAW after WWE Fastlane, Rhea Ripley made her debut and challenged Asuka for a match at WrestleMania 37 which the champion accepted, making the match official. Charlotte Flair missing WrestleMania will be a massive blow for WWE. However, there are still a couple of weeks to go for the show, so anything can happen.