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WWE’s Queen of Women’s Division Continues Tradition Legacy

Charlotte Flair (Via WWE/Twitter)

Charlotte Flair has been a staple of WWE television for almost a decade, showcasing her impressive in-ring skills and significant star power. She has been a champion multiple times, earning the title of a 14-time women’s world champion and a leader for the women’s division in the company. Additionally, Flair has not forgotten her father Ric Flair’s legacy, as evident in her desire to continue his tradition in the WarGames match at Survivor Series.

At Survivor Series, Flair teamed up with Bianca Belair, Shotzi, and Becky Lynch to take on Damage CTRL. Despite some challenges, the group managed to pull off a win, thanks in part to Becky Lynch and Charlotte Flair’s efforts. During the post-match media scrum, Flair elaborated on her mindset and preparation for the match, revealing that she wanted to follow in her father’s footsteps in the WarGames match.

“I wanted to continue the tradition,” Flair said. “I think about how do we beat the match from last year? How do we top every year, knowing that last year was so good and the year before the NXT one. But for me, it was more, the history with WarGames, with my dad and Dusty, wanting to be a part of that, continuing the tradition.” Flair’s father, Ric Flair, has a notable history with the WarGames match, which made it a significant opportunity for her to carry on his legacy.

Charlotte Flair (Via WWE/Twitter)

Flair emphasized the importance of making amends and moving forward with her team following their previous disagreements. She also mentioned that she had to include her signature moonsault move in the match, as it was “a must” for her. With her win and continued dominance, it will be interesting to see what the future holds for Charlotte Flair.

One potential direction for Flair could be a babyface run, which would mark a significant shift in her character. Her comments and actions following Survivor Series suggest that she is developing a more positive persona, which could lead to a babyface run. Fans are eagerly waiting to see what WWE has planned for Flair, as she continues to pave her way in the company.

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