Charlotte Flair’s booking remains one of the most polarizing decisions in WWE. Flair continues to be criticized for getting multiple shots at titles which other WWE Superstars deserved far more than she did. Despite all the backlash, WWE is set on pushing Flair to the moon and that is unlikely to stop anytime soon.

Despite all the criticism, it is a fact that Charlotte Flair is one of the best female in-ring performers in the company and that she has competed in several historic matches in the company. She got into verbal confrontation with Becky Lynch last week on Smackdown.

It was said that Charlotte Flair had backstage heat on her as well. Now it seems Becky Lynch wasn’t the only one she had a shouting contest with.

According to a report by PWInsider, Charlotte Flair even had an argument with Sonya Deville. In fact, it was said that Deville was so mad that she was ready to fight Charlotte Flair.


The Lynch confrontation took place in the gorilla position in full view of Vince McMahon and Bruce Prichard, among others and received the lion’s share of attention initially, but Lynch was not the only person upset with Flair. Two different sources described Sonya Deville as “mad enough to want to fight Flair” and at one point, also having an argument with Flair backstage at Smackdown.

As reported earlier, many in WWE no longer want to work with Charlotte Flair anymore. It remains to be seen what will become of Charlotte Flair in the coming weeks as it is highly unlikely she will go to AEW anytime soon. From the looks of it, she will be feuding with Sasha Banks for the time being.

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Subhojeet Mukherjee

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