Charlotte Flair is the Queen of WWE, who has established herself as one of the greatest in-ring competitors in the history of WWE. Sadly, she is out of action due to a knee injury and she might have suffered more injuries due to her unfortunate botch.

On the December 8th episode of WWE SmackDown, Charlotte Flair squared off against Asuka in a highly anticipated bout. With Damage CTRL present ringside, the match could have gone either way. That said, The Queen fell lost to The Empress of Tomorrow after Bayley interfered in the match.

What followed raised concerns among fans and WWE talent alike. Reports started circulating that Charlotte Flair might have sustained an injury during the match. In a distressing moment, she was seen clutching her knee and crying out, “My knee!” Medical personnel rushed to her side after the match, making fans genuinely worry about her health.

During WWE SmackDown this week, it was revealed that Charlotte Flair will be out of action for 9 months. According to PWInsider, it was reported that Charlotte Flair has suffered a torn ACL, MCL and meniscus when she fell from the top rope. It was noted that the belief is that Charlotte suffered a strained back in the fall as well.


Charlotte Flair suffered a torn ACL, a torn meniscus and a torn MCL when she fell from the top rope while wrestling Asuka. She will be having surgery as soon as it can be scheduled, is told.

The belief, although not confirmed, is that she suffered a strained neck in the fall as well.

This is certainly sad for Charlotte Flair, who was finally in proper storylines following an extended hiatus earlier this year. Regardless, it remains to be seen what WWE will have planned for her once she returns.

What your view on this unfortunate news about Charlotte Flair? Do you feel bad for her now? Share your thoughts in the comments section below!

Subhojeet Mukherjee

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