WWE News: Charlotte Flair Comments on a Potential Match Against Ronda Rousey

Arindam Paul / 09 August 2017

Charlotte Flair is undoubtedly the most accomplished athlete on the current WWE roster. So, it’s no wonder that the company is looking to establish her as the greatest woman pro-wrestler of all time. In order to do that, she has to undergo more acid tests in the future.

As per the rumours, a time will come when Ronda Rousey will show up to throw a challenge to her. This, in turn, will take her class into another level who can brag about the fact that she took on the former UFC champion who is considered as the greatest in MMA industry.

The recent reports are suggesting that WWE is going to sign Ronda Rousey for a one-off match with The Queen of the WWE that might take place at Wrestlemania 34. The discussion of the deal is said to be going on and come to fruition at any time.

This issue was raised during the San Diego Comic Con festival, as well where Charlotte Flair was present. She had a session with the fans and the media, as well where she discussed a number of topics including the burning topic of facing the former Bantamweight Champion.

The interview was conducted by Mick Foley’s daughter Noelle Foley who came as a representative of Ringside Collectibles. Charlotte addressed the matter saying that it might be going to happen eventually and she will be the one to come out on top, for sure. Check out her actual comments,

“Well, I would say that I would still have the undefeated PPV streak, but Bayley crushed that. I would win, and I would show her who the real Four Horsewoman is.”

In a recent incident from Mae Young Classic taping, we have seen a confrontation between the two ‘four horsewomen’ groups of both UFC and WWE to tease the upcoming feud. If it happens in reality, it will worth to watch, for sure.

Charlotte also unveiled her new Mattel figure at the Comic Con festival where she also hinted to become the first-ever triple crown winner in the WWE which means winning of NXT, Raw and Smackdown Championship, consecutively.