Charlotte On Missing WrestleMania, Feuding With Rhea Ripley, More

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Charlotte On Missing WrestleMania, Feuding With Rhea Ripley, More

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WWE Superstar Charlotte Flair is easily one of the most well-known female superstars in the wrestling world today. She recently sat down with Justin Barrasso of SI to talk about a variety of topics. Check out the highlights of the conversation below.

On missing WrestleMania this year:

I was devastated. I did not take it easy. As much as it hurt to miss WrestleMania, it was amazing to watch Sasha and see her succeed. Seeing her come off Mandalorian and be in the main event, that was amazing. And Bianca has that special ‘It’ factor. She needs to keep taking that and run with it. Her story, and what she embodies, it’s incredible. So I was happy for both Sasha and Bianca.

On her feud with Rhea Ripley:

I’m thankful that Rhea and I are now getting a platform to tell our story. I am disappointed with how our story played out in NXT. I loved our match at WrestleMania at the PC. I’ll talk about the match for years to come. This is now a chance to tell our story. Rhea needs to get the best Charlotte Flair and Charlotte Flair needs to get the best Rhea so she can take the ball and run with it, be the future, make a name for herself, and do what she’s meant to do. I feel a personal responsibility to make sure she is a star. When I was in her spot, I remember how fragile and nervous and uncomfortable I was. I remember seeing Nikki Bella walking out and thinking, ‘She is a such a star.’ When I held the Divas championship, I felt like it owned me. I wish someone would have say, ‘Come at me and prove to me who you are.’ I want to do that for Rhea. I keep hearing she’s the future, so let’s go out there and see it.

On always being in the title picture in WWE:

The women’s division is much smaller than the men’s division, and I realize I’m constantly in the title picture. That pressure lives with me. I’m never in a side story where I can be relaxed. The women are constantly fighting for time, storylines, and equality. Being placed in positions that are always featured, I always feel that pressure and it never goes away. I want to outdo what I have already done. With Rhea, our match at Mania was great, and we can make it even better. Now we have a story behind us. We’re going to steal the show. This is going to be the match of the night.

You can read the entire interview here. Let us know what you think in the comments below.

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