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Charlotte Flair is said to be done with her NXT stint after losing the NXT Women’s Championship in a triple threat match at NXT “Takeover: In Your House” to Io Shirai. Flair recently appeared on Maria Menounos’ daytime show Better Together w/ Maria Menounos where she talked about getting overexposed in the WWE.
Fans often think that Charlotte Flair is overly used in the WWE than what’s actually needed. She was recently seen working on all the three WWE brands namely Raw, SmackDown, and NXT. While some of the people do think that WWE is extra dependent on him, she likes to think that it’s her consistency in WWE that is the reason why she’s considered to be a trusted shoulder.
“The issue is, a lot of what has helped me in my career is, I’m consistent,” Charlotte Flair stated. “Maybe I’ll never be as high, or as low, but I’m able to stay in the game always. I never give people a chance or an opportunity to miss me, so either the audience takes me for granted or they don’t.
“I think that adds to the ‘she’s a Flair, she’s shoved down our throat.’ It’s so hard for people to see past ‘Charlotte’s always in the picture,’ but this isn’t HER storyline. She’s a tool in the story they’re trying to build.”
The Queen was then asked what the biggest misconception is about her. She stated that she always had to hear negative comments due to her last name which apparently is the main reason behind her success in the WWE. This is also the same reason why WWE has the idea to keep her always around the title picture.
“My last name. And I’m always in the title picture,” Charlotte said. “But if you look at my last 6 title reigns, it was just, they weren’t for me. So that’s the misconception because I’m always in people’s face.”
Maria then asked whether Charlotte Flair has any regret about her WWE career when the ten-time women’s champion on the main roster revealed that she joined WWE, too late. She talked about the number of talents available in the locker room are significantly younger than her and that’s something which bothers her,
“Man, why did I figure out life so late. I’m in a locker full of 20-year-olds,” Charlotte noted. “By no means am I comparing careers, like they have a long way to go at the company. But I’m just like, man I wish at 24. I just had no idea what was going on! I wasn’t put together.” (courtesy wrestlingINC.com)
Following the loss at NXT Takeover, it seems that Charlotte Flair will receive a bigger role on NXT TV. During Wrestling Observer Radio, Dave Meltzer discussed Charlotte Flair would possibly feature in some bigger directions. She already picked a pinfall win against the champion Asuka that should set up a championship opportunity for her once Backlash PPV is over.