The several title wins of Charlotte Flair in WWE have garnered varied responses from fans, with some expressing apprehension that she may be excessively showcased. That said, she is still one of the most gifted female athletes in the business. Now it appears that Flair wants to be on the same level as The Rock and John Cena.

Charlotte Flair’s career in professional wrestling has been nothing short of remarkable. She has accomplished feats that many male wrestlers have yet to achieve, and has cemented herself as one of the greatest female wrestlers of all time.

The Queen has been absent from WWE television ever since she dropped the SmackDown Women’s Championship at WrestleMania 39. In the meantime, Flair has made some media apperances.

While speaking Boardroom, Charlotte Flair talked about her future goals in general. Flair revealed that she wants to be on the same level as The Rock and John Cena when it comes to being a mainstream name.


“I think now, it’s just getting to that next level. Like, I know that my name is popular within sports entertainment, but I wanna get to that male level of John Cena, The Rock, Batista still. I want to cross over like my dad has so gracefully, and I’ll continue to do that until I get to that point. I hate that I started so late in the game, but I’m here. I think that’s just a matter of time.”

We will have to wait and see whether Charlotte Flair will be able to achieve her goal of becoming as big a star as The Rock and John Cena somewhere down the line.

What’s your take on what Charlotte Flair said? Do you think she will be on the same level as The Rock and John Cena? Sound off in the comments!

Subhojeet Mukherjee

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