Charlotte Flair: I Want To Get Better And Evolve, I Don’t Understand Why That Makes Me Selfish

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Charlotte Flair: I Want To Get Better And Evolve, I Don’t Understand Why That Makes Me Selfish

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Charlotte Flair is just pushing herself towards greatness, and she doesn’t understand why some people want to call her selfish for wanting to achieve more.

Charlotte Flair was a recent guest on Out Of Character with Ryan Satin and spoke about how she’s not resting on her laurels and quitting just because she’s reached the pinnacle of WWE. Now an 11-time singles champion, Flair says she wants to keep pushing herself higher and doesn’t understand why people see it as a negative.

“Everyone’s like, ‘Well, you’ve done it all.’ So because I’ve main evented WrestleMania once I’m not supposed to want to do it again?” Flair asked. “You think Simone Biles doesn’t want to be the G.O.A.T. anymore? Because I’ve main evented one pay-per-view, I’m not supposed to want to main event more? Randy [Orton], he’s active. No one’s going, ‘You’re one of the greatest of all time. Do you want more?’

“I just get confused why people don’t understand that. I want to get better. I want to evolve. I want more layers. But I don’t understand why that makes me selfish.”

Charlotte originally said she hadn’t won the RAW Women’s Championship in nearly four years (she has since won and lost the title to Nikki A.S.H. this week), but said people need to look at the facts before making a judgment.


— Charlotte Flair (@MsCharlotteWWE) July 20, 2021

Charlotte also spoke with Satin about her appearance on the March 27, 2019 episode of ESPN SportsCenter alongside Rousey and Lynch, her opponents in the first-ever women’s main event at WrestleMania. Rousey was first identified on the lower-third chyrons as the “1st female inducted into UFC Hall of Fame” and “Raw Women’s Champion,” while Lynch was recognized for winning the 2019 Women’s Royal Rumble and being just the 12th person to main event WrestleMania a year after not being on the previous year’s card. Charlotte, however, was simply advertised as “Ric Flair’s daughter” on the same show.

You can read Charlotte’s full remarks about the incident (and how she said it still gets to her today) at this link.

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