WWE star Charlotte Flair recently expressed her disappointment of missing out on WrestleMania 37. She was first scheduled to be featured on the Raw Women’s Championship match in the event but she had to be dropped because she was founded positive for covid-19.
From the very beginning of her career she had been pretty impressive. She spent her first three years of WWE in the NXT. In 2015 she came to the main roster of WWE as a part of the women’s revolution started by Stephanie McMahon on the same year. Since then she ran faster than almost everyone in the women’s division of WWE.
Charlotte Flair Feels “Devastated” After Missing WrestleMania 37
She is the only women in WWE who won a NXT title while being a part of the main roster. Right now she is having an interesting feud with Rhea Ripley for the WWE Raw Women’s Championship and if she wins the title this time it will be her 10th WWE Women’s Title combining both RAW and Smackdown Women’s Championship.
In a recent segment on Monday Night RAW, Charlotte Flair said that she won 14 Women’s Championship. Even though, that is not true. If all of her reigns get combined of all the titles she won, there are a total number of 13 reigns including Women’s Tag Team Championship, Divas Championship and NXT Tag Team Championship.
Recently Charlotte Flair spoke to Sports Illustrated where she revealed her disappointment on missing out on WrestleMania 37. She said;
“I was devastated,” said Flair. “I did not take that easy. Missing WrestleMania was hard. As much as it hurt to miss WrestleMania, it was amazing to watch Sasha and see her succeed. Seeing her come off Mandalorian and be in the main event, that was amazing. And Bianca has that special ‘It’ factor. She needs to keep taking that and run with it. Her story, and what she embodies, it’s incredible. So I was happy for both Sasha and Bianca.”
She also spoke on the Women’s division:
“The women’s division is much smaller than the men’s division, and I realize I’m constantly in the title picture,” said Flair. “That pressure lives with me. I’m never in a side story where I can be relaxed. The women are constantly fighting for time, storylines, and equality. Being placed in positions that are always featured, I always feel that pressure and it never goes away.”