Charlotte Flair believes her latest reign as SmackDown Women’s Champion has been very rewarding for her character.
SmackDown Women’s Champion Charlotte Flair recently sat down with Shakiel Mahjouri of CBS Sports to discuss a wide variety of subjects. When asked about this being her 14th reign as champion and if that makes her want to come up with ways to make it stand out more than her previous ones, Flair said she’s always thinking about how to make the title mean more.
“Yes it does,” Charlotte Flair said. “I consciously think of how to make this better or how to make having the title mean more.”
Charlotte Flair is heading into her seventh WrestleMania match against Rhea Ripley in a rematch from WrestleMania 36 when the two women wrestled for the NXT Championship inside of an empty WWE Performance Center. Flair, unlike in past years, isn’t overwhelmed by the moment.
“It’s not what I feel like I need to prove [anymore]. I’m just being Charlotte,” Charlotte Flair said. “Whether that’s good or bad, whether you like me, don’t like me, whether you just respect me. I’m here for them. Now getting that opportunity to high-five every single kid in the front row and not focus on being old school and walking into the arena as the bad guy and leaving as the bad guy. It’s just it’s been extremely rewarding.”
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