Charlotte Flair had a memorable 2019, but there were a lot of opportunities she wasn’t able to capture. It appears that she is looking to right all of those wrongs in 2020.

Following RAW this week, Flair addressed her plans for the upcoming year. The Queen experienced a couple of hard losses. She was “welcomed back” after her win against Chelsea Green.

“I guess thank you. But, here’s the thing it’t not welcome back. I’ve been here. I didn’t go anywhere. I’ve been grinding. Last year TLC main event, Survivor Series, WrestleMania, retired the greatest in-ring competitor this business has ever seen [Trish Stratus at SummerSlam]. You know, it’s not welcome back. I’ve been here.”

When Flair was asked about her plans for next year she had a short response. “I know who I wanna face, but I don’t know. Maybe winning the Rumble in 2002.”


It seems like The Queen isn’t done yet. There are plenty of stories to tell and she plans on continuing them next year.

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