Many fans are simply tired of Charlotte Flair’s current booking in WWE. She remains criticized for receiving too many title shots, which more deserving competitors should have gotten. In spite of all the outrage, WWE is set on pushing Flair to the moon and that is unlikely to stop anytime soon. It seems Flair has heat on her for an interesting reason.

Regardless, it cannot be argued 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 a verbal confrontation with Becky Lynch last week on Smackdown.

It was said that Charlotte Flair had backstage heat on her as well. In addition to that, Charlotte Flair also had a huge argument with Sonya Deville. In fact, Deville was so mad she wanted to fight Flair.

According to the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, it was said that one of the main reasons Charlotte Flair has heat on her has to do with her in-ring style. The issue is that she is a heel but uses babyface moves, which makes it harder for her opponents to get over.

”There has been unhappiness for a long time between Flair and many if not most of the women wrestlers on the roster for little things and some things that have to do with match structure. One of the complaints is that Flair wants to be a heel, is a heel, but does babyface moves during matches, notably the dives or moonsaults in and out of the ring.”

It was also said that Flair’s inner circle is pushing for her to get out of her WWE contract. Despite that, Charlotte Flair has “years” left in her current WWE contract. 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.

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Subhojeet Mukherjee

Subhojeet has been a massive fan of professional wrestling for over 22 years, since the early days of the Monday Night Wars. Aside from wrestling, he also is into TV shows, movies, Anime, novels and a lot of music.

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