Former eleven times WWE women’s Championship Charlotte Flair recently spoke about her inspirations in professional wrestling. Charlotte Flair is working in WWE for almost a decade and she is going really strong.
A lot of people do not know the fact that Charlotte’s first appearance was not for WWE and it was not in some recent years. She first appeared in a professional wrestling promotion was back in 2000 in the World Championship Wrestling when she was only 14.
Charlotte Flair Talks Her Inspirations In Wrestling
She made her in ring debut on 2013 in episode of NXT. Her first match was against Bayley and she was very impressive in a first match after she defeated Bayley. After competing in the NXT for two years she made her main roster debut in 2015 as a part of the women’s revolution.
Right now Charlotte has listed a total of 14 championships by her name in WWE, among them are 11 WWE Women’s Championships (RAW and Smackdown combined), two NXT Women’s Championship and one time WWE Women’s Tag Team Championship. Indeed, she is one of the most famous woman wrestler in WWE right now.
Charlotte Flair who is a former eleven times WWE Women’s Champion recently spoke to Out of Character with Ryan Satin where she talked about her inspirations in professional wrestling. She said;
“When I was watching, I didn’t see myself in that light as this beautiful Diva. I just didn’t. I’m just looking at Torrie Wilson going, ‘Wow, you are the most beautiful woman in the world.’ Or I remember seeing Michelle McCool in makeup with my dad when he retired in Orlando.
“I was like 21 or 22 at this time. I walked past her and was like, ‘Gosh. She’s so glamorous. What’s it like to wear boots like that? Or an outfit like that?’
“I was front row when Lita and Trish main evented in Charlotte, North Carolina, with my friends, and to think, at that time, I was a senior in high school. It was like, ‘Oh, this is cool.’ It’s easier to assume that that’s what I wanted to do my whole life than to think that actually, no. I have a story, and I didn’t care about wrestling. It was because of my brother.”