Charlotte Flair says missing Wrestlemania 37 crushed her. The Queen opened up about the circumstances that led to it and how it made her feel.
Charlotte Flair is one of the biggest stars in the WWE. She is the most decorated female star on their roster and looks good to add more in the years to come. Being one of the most popular stars, she is often given a high profile match heading into Wrestlemania.
She was set to wrestle Asuka for the RAW Women’s Championship this year. The Wrestlemania 34 rematch however, never happened due to the WWE pullling the Queen out of it and replacing her with Rhea Ripley after Flair got Covid.
Flair, who was a guest on Cut To It, featuring Steve Smith Sr. discussed her absence at this year’s Wrestlemania. She compared the Supercard to the Superbowl and admitted that missing it crushed her. She did add that the situation came circle and worked out because her removal led to someone else getting an opportunity.
Charlotte Flair says missing Wrestlemania 37 crushed her
“Your fellow co-workers feel bad, but at the same time, it’s a spot that’s open. It’s an opportunity. I missed WrestleMania this year due to Covid, I got it in March, and they were nervous that I wouldn’t be okay for WrestleMania in Tampa, so they immediately took me out and replaced me with another girl. It crushed me. I work every year for WrestleMania. It is our Super Bowl and the show I’ve always shined the most on.”
“When they replaced me, you know (another girl) is thinking, ‘I’m sorry and sad Charlotte has Covid…but now I’m going to WrestleMania.’ It all comes full circle. If something doesn’t happen, it’s a break for the opponent that gets to come in. It all works out.”
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— Cut To It ft. Steve Smith Sr. (@CutToIt) August 17, 2021
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