Update on WWE's likely plan for Charlotte Flair

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Update on WWE's likely plan for Charlotte Flair

As we widely saw during WWE's Monday Night Raw Red Show, 24 hours after Wrestlemania 37 aired, Charlotte Flair made her comeback on the McMahon Federation TV screens after weeks. of absence due to various reasons, including its positivity to the covid.

These days, Flair has been staying home for a few weeks, thus also skipping the Showcase of the Immortals, which initially owed her see protagonist, right in a match against the Japanese of the red roster. Rhea Ripley ended up taking the place of Ric Flair's daughter eventually.

Ripley had just been newly promoted from NXT and who had also won her match against Asuka, becoming for the first time in her career, Raw Women's Champion.

Charlotte Flair returned to WWE on the RAW after WrestleMania

According to what was analyzed in the last episode of the Wrestling Observer Radio show, through the words of the well-known Dave Meltzer, it seems that the WWE now has very few paths ahead of it, with the match, which will see both Charlotte Flair engaged tonight that Asuka, which could lead to two scenarios very different from that of Wrestlemania, thus leading to Wrestlemania Backlash, a completely different scenario from the one sent on stage at the show.

In his latest Newsletter, Meltzer in fact stated: "If Charlotte Flair vs Asuka ends up without an ending, then they will probably go on to a three-way match. If Charlotte wins, they will likely go with a Charlotte Flair vs Rhea Ripley, which is not a Wrestlemania rematch anyway."

Obviously, after Charlotte Flair returns to the Raw ring, it's very unlikely that Asuka will win tonight, with the two most probable endings which are precisely that of Charlotte's victory or that of the final through disqualification or the famous draw.

In case of a tie, according to Meltzer, it will obviously go for a triple threat valid for the title; contest that the fans would not mind, given the great skills of all three wrestlers, who would go to the field in Backlash with all their talent.

Chelsea Green and Charlotte Flair picked up the win that night, and Green felt that WWE legitimately had plans of making her Flair's protege. Charlotte Flair raised Green's arm after the match, and the former TNA/IMPACT Wrestling star believed The Queen endorsed her as the next big thing.

Chelsea Green even heard 'rumblings' backstage about Charlotte Flair possibly becoming her on-screen mentor. However, the plan never came to fruition.