Charlotte Flair WWE SmackDown
Image Credit: WWE

Charlotte Flair Shares Injury Recovery Update

One of the greatest champions in women’s wrestling history is Charlotte Flair. A couple of months ago, the Queen suffered a severe injury that forced her to sit out. It is expected that she will be missing WrestleMania this year. But it certainly seems like she is recovering very well.

A few weeks ago, the former WWE SmackDown Women’s Champion underwent surgery. Shortly after her surgery, Charlotte Flair entered rehab. She was scheduled to be out of action for nine months. But it looks like she might be back sooner than expected.

It has been seven weeks since Flair began her rehab sessions. She shared a video of her recovery on her Twitter account.

Charlotte Flair’s heartfelt message to the fans

Following her surgery, The Queen took to Twitter to share a message with her fans. While doing so, she thanked her friends, family, and fans for showing immense love and support.

“Family, Friends & Fans,

THANK YOU for all the positive, beautiful messages & flowers?? I feel supported in every way. It has taken me a few days and many MANY tears to wrap my head around everything. I happen to be an expert in overthinking and this is the first time I’ve ever been truly scared. Scared of the unknown but also feeling like I’m losing what I’m most proud of and that’s being an athlete. I don’t like showing physical weakness and this has left me feeling exposed. A process I know I will grow from but a very new one to me. This was a huge blow to me mentally and obviously physically going into 2024. 2023 was a rollercoaster and I am trying to stay positive and maybe this was the only way to stop, refocus, rebuild & eventually conquer again.”

Charlotte Flair cherished every moment of being part of the SmackDown locker room

“I can’t thank this year’s Smackdown locker-room enough. I enjoyed every second ?? and will be rooting from the sidelines ??

I have been a bad guy for most of my career but this year was different for me. I CHERISHED every hug, high-five and fist pump this year at live events and for the first time in my career felt comfortable in my own boots being the good guy ?? ? I learned so much as a performer and plan on starting right where I left off.”