Charlotte Flair is planning how she will change before she goes back to WWE.
We haven’t seen Charlotte Flair since WrestleMania Backlash, which is where she ceded the SmackDown women’s championship to Ronda Rousey before disappearing to get married to Andrade and go on her honeymoon. Since then, we haven’t seen her anywhere. She has recently resurfaced in the media as a result of the fact that she appeared as the most recent guest on Stone Cold Steve Austin’s Broken Skull Sessions on Peacock.
She covered a wide variety of subjects during her presentation, making it worthy of being cited in several places. Among the most notable of these are her reflections on the controversial belt drop segment with Becky Lynch, as well as Sasha Banks and Naomi leaving out of WWE.
She also discussed the impending comeback to the company that she would be making, as well as what she is considering about her role (transcription provided by Fightful):
I’m still on the hunt for the next big match, and I’m still looking for the next big feud. You have Rhea (Ripley) on your side, and she most likely wants to win against me. Bianca (Belair), Liv (Morgan). I have a lot of reasons to be excited about the future. The issue with me is that I could just keep going indefinitely. When I was working on “Mania,” I wanted everything to be just right, but by the time I got to “Backlash,” I told myself, “You do you, boo.” I am constantly striving to improve myself, but being a perfectionist can be difficult at times. Because of this, it appeared to be…well, this is just my view, but I do wish to return with a new layer. I came back after skipping Mania with The Opportunity the previous year; I merely changed my clothes; I want my body to look better; I’ve gotten into better condition; I gave my hair a little bit of a makeover; what is that next layer? I can assure you it won’t be a nice man [laughs]; I’ve got it on excellent authority. What does it look like? Am I darker? You always need to adapt in some way, but at the same time, you shouldn’t try to mend things that aren’t broken. What does it even mean?
No of how she comes back, Flair will surely be working at the top of the card. Alterations to her personality are interesting enough to pique my curiosity.
Where do you stand?