One of the protagonists of the WWE rings that will miss the appeal in that of the Showcase of the Immortals will most likely be Charlotte Flair, McMahon's multiple world champion, who has recently been absent from the weekly shows, initially because it was thought she was pregnant and then for contracting the covid.
After challenging Asuka in her last appearance on Monday Night Raw, but without receiving a response from the Japanese, the daughter of the two-time WWE Hall of Famer would still not return to tread the rings of the flag show of the federation that launched her in the Olympus of the best and most famous wrestlers ever.
After being replaced by Rhea Ripley, in the match valid for the Raw Women's Championship, right at the show of the shows, it seems that now there is no more space for Charlotte in that of the Grandaddy of Them All, with this year's edition of the most awaited event in the world, which will thus lose a very important piece.
Jimmy Korderas on Charlotte Flair
In his latest interview with Wrestling Inc, former WWE official referee Jimmy Korderas, seen for years in the refereeing of Smackdown athletes, wanted to have his say on Charlotte Flair's heavy absence at Wrestlemania, saying: "It's a huge loss because, in this women's division, she can be said to be the pinnacle of this division.
Of course, the women's split in WWE, at the end of it all, is still really good. It is one of those situations. It is something that we must fight with, this pandemic, the disease. It's not like, 'Okay, 14 days and we're ready to go!' You can't know.
It is always a question mark. Will she be ready for the next tapings? Maybe not, but at the last second, you can still insert her and pass her off as a big surprise, as long as she's ready to go." As pointed out by the former WWE officer, at the moment Charlotte would not be an integral part of the Wrestlemania card, but there would always be time to insert it, if the athlete is completely recovered from the covid, with a huge surprise that it would be her addition to the match titled Raw, which would thus enrich even more the most anticipated show of the year.
Charlotte Flair's WrestleMania 37 status has been a massive topic of discussion over the last few weeks. A 12-time women's champion and one of the biggest stars on the current roster, it is highly unlikely that WWE would not use Flair for their biggest show of the year, WrestleMania.
As of the writing of this article, The Queen is not on the match card for WrestleMania 37. There are also no confirmations on whether she will wrestle at The Show of Shows this year. However, there is still over a week for WWE to add her to the show in some way. Of course, her status for the show also depends on whether she has completely recovered from COVID-19.