Former eleven times WWE Women’s champion Charlotte Flair who is also a former NXT Women’s champion recently talked about the criticism she gets from social media and also talked about how she deals with all these criticisms and her critics.
In spite of being vastly talented Charlotte Flair is currently one of the most criticized professional wrestlers of WWE. And there is only one reason behind all the criticism she gets; WWE pushes her way too much. Over pushing has always been a huge problem of WWE. Every wrestler that got over pushed by WWE has always picked up huge criticism from the fans and the critics.
Charlotte Flair On Dealing With Criticism On Social Media
Charlotte made her debut to the main roster in 2015 and in a very short amount of time he won a total of 11 WWE Women’s championship and to WWE NXT Women’s championships as well. Not even John Cena could win that many of world championships in such a short amount of time. The criticism she gets is not for just any reason.
But there is no doubt in one simple fact that Charlotte is a tremendously great wrestler, so as John Cena and Roman Reigns are. But WWE has a terrible reputation of over pushing certain wrestlers and over pushing can have any wrestler hated by the fans. The same thing is happening with Charlotte Flair as well.
Charlotte Flair who is a former eleven times WWE Women’s champion recently spoke to LA Times where she talked about the criticism she gets from social media and also talked about how she deals with all these criticisms and her critics. She said;
“So, I was really hurt by the social media criticism when I returned because I came back in the best shape of my career. Because I had lost 20 pounds, people assumed things. I made a point to come back in the most incredible shape ever.
“And it was really the first time since 2015 that I had been away for a significant amount of time. In terms of social media, it’s a day by day thing. I always have to remind myself that it’s easier to be negative than positive.
“It’s easier to hide behind a keyboard. And someone that is putting someone else down for their physical appearance already must hate themselves to some degree. So you have to feel sorry for them that they do that to themselves.
“That’s the only way that I can deal with it. I say to myself, “Why are you in such a bad place to feel that about me.” In terms of negativity, I pick and choose my shots, try not to respond, because they want the shout out, the want the notoriety, they want the attention.
“It’s so important to not get negativity life. Just rise above it, wear that invisible crown, hold your chin high, and don’t let the crown slip.”