Charlotte Flair took the wrestling world by storm with her unexpected reemergence back to WWE after a lengthy absence at the end of last year. The Queen is back on the top and is looking to be in the good graces of all with her babyface run. However, she botched her character roots during a match on SmackDown thanks to a brief altercation with a WWE Official.

Charlotte Flair was absent from WWE television programming for a long period of time since WrestleMania Backlash. Flair spent a lot of time with her husband, Andrade El Idolo, and underwent procedures for dental issues during her time off.

The Queen resurfaced back to the global juggernaut, making an unannounced return to the final SmackDown of 2022, right after Ronda Rousey retained the SmackDown Women’s Championship against Raquel Rodriguez.

The second-generation star goaded Ronda Rousey into an impromptu title match and rolled her up to claim the title. With her win, Charlotte Flair became a 14-time WWE Women’s champion.


Right after her first match as a champion against Sonya Deville on the January 5th edition of SmackDown, Charlotte snatched her title away from WWE official Jessika Carr. Flair, now performing as a babyface, was not supposed to disrespect referees, something she used to do as a heel. She spoke about this botch during an interview with The New York Post.

“I just get in a mode and I was like, ‘Ah, wait, why did I do that?’ I almost hugged her too. What made it worse was that was a woman who I was like being disrespectful to.”

Charlotte Flair immediately realized her mistake and corrected it by saying “thank you” to Jessika Carr within seconds of snatching the title. Flair won her match against Sonya Deville and it looks like the issues between the two superstars are far from over.

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