Many fans are just about done with Charlotte Flair’s booking in WWE. Fans continue to be frustrated every time Charlotte Flair wins a title, which seems to be quite often by the looks of it. Flair also revealed something about herself recently.

Being the daughter of two-time WWE Hall Of Famer Ric Flair, one would expect Charlotte grew up loving pro wrestling as a child. However, it seems that is not necessarily the case.

While speaking to CBS Sports’ Shakiel Mahjouri, Charlotte Flair revealed that she was not a fan of wrestling growing up. She ultimately came to love it due to her respect for the business and her peers.

“Actually, I did not really grow up as a WWE fan. I did not grow up a wrestling fan one bit. Everyone is under the assumption because my dad is who he is. I did not get in the business until way later. It is more just about respect. Like when I had my match against Trish at SummerSlam, it wasn’t the inner child in me, it was more what Trish meant to the business, and she came back to want to wrestle me, so I have to live up to her expectation. So it’s never like a little kid moment. It’s more like these moments that cause pressure.


My dad was my role model. My dad’s a wrestler. So my moments that I’ve learned to have my inner child are through the relationships and the bonding I’ve made with the talent and what they have shared with me.’

Charlotte Flair also believes her Smackdown Women’s Title reign will be forgotten after WrestleMania 38. We’ll have to see whether Flair will retain her title against Ronda Rousey at the Show of Shows or not.

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Subhojeet Mukherjee

Subhojeet, a professional wrestling fan for over 20+ years, found his passion during the Monday Night Wars. With expertise honed over decades and a broad spectrum of interests including TV, movies, anime, novels, and music, he offers insightful analysis and coverage. Respected in the industry, Subhojeet keeps fans informed and engaged with his knowledge and perspective.

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