Charlotte Flair will be safeguarding the SmackDown Women’s Championship versus Rhea Ripley in 2 weeks at WrestleMania 39.
With Roman Reigns vs. Cody Rhodes’ Undisputed WWE Universal Title match headlining the 2nd night of WrestleMania 39, 2-time WWE Hall of Famer Ric Flair longs for Flair vs. Ripley to centerpiece the inaugural night of The Showcase Of Immortals this year.
On the most current episode of his To Be The Manpodcast, Flair believed how WWE needs to reserve the opening night of WrestleMania Goes Hollywood.
You can have a look at some highlights from the podcast listed below:
On his thinking for supporting a Flair/Ripley Night One headliner:” I would put it on right prior to Rhea and Charlotte. There’s no chance you can’t … as amusing as it may be, in my evaluation, there’s no chance you put a tag match on ahead of a champion [match], that somebody won the Royal Rumble. I’ve seen things like that occur prior to, however I do not expect that holding true. I believe the ladies’s champion [match], the truth that Rhea needed to win the Royal Rumble, which is a big occasion, it’s the [method] to getting to select the champ you wish to battle from SmackDown or Raw, and Rhea chose Charlotte. I would need to believe that would be the centerpiece. That match will be really amusing.”
On the scope of this year’s WrestleMania:” It’s LA. It does not get any larger. We were out there a very long time back, and I believed to myself, ‘This is cool,’ now they’ve got the SoFi Stadium and offered out both nights. I’m truly thrilled. To respond to that concern, I would hope the primary occasion would be [ Charlotte] and Rhea.”
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