Whenever we hear the term “overpushed” in WWE, automatically the pictures of Hulk Hogan, Triple H, John Cena and Roman Reigns come into the mind of any WWE fan. Indeed these are the most overpushed wrestlers not only in WWE but in professional wrestling history.
But is there someone else who is getting her name onto this list? Of course, it is Charlotte Flair. She is the most overrated wrestler in the history of women’s professional wrestling without any doubt. She made her main roster debut in 2015, and in only 6 year time he won a total of 13 women’s championships excluding her WWE Women’s Tag Team Championship run.
Is Charlotte Flair The Most Overpushed Wrestler In WWE History?
This is plain and simply overpushing. There was a time when she won matches which she should not have to win. Such as the Royal Rumble match last year. There was no point of her winning the match.
In spite after winning the match WWE had no idea what to do with her, so they had to let her fight for the NXT Women’s Championship at Wrestlemania.
And this is only one example of her winning a match that she did not need to win. Even last night at Money in the Bank, her title win over Rhea Ripley was completely unnecessary.
She totally killed the momentum of Rhea. This time she should have put over Rhea. But once again she did not. And the fun part is in this long-running feud Rhea could not be Charlotte even once.
And the very next week on Monday Night RAW Nikki A.S.H cashed in her Money in the Bank ladder match and won the WWE RAW Women’s Championship. So Charlotte’s 11th run as the Champion lasted for only one day. So what was the point of giving the title to her? And what exactly was the point to kill Rhea Ripley’s reign?
As if there is a clause in her contract that she has to win every single match of her. Wrestlers like John Cena and Hulk Hogan were overpushed as well but nothing could be compared to the push that Charlotte Flair is receiving.
We cannot even hope for this to ever stop. Because WWE never cared much about what the fans wanted to see. In this case we are pretty much sure that the push for Charlotte will never stop and she will soon be known as the most overrated wrestler in the history of professional wrestling.