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Charlotte Flair continues to crawl to win the many title opportunities that other WWE superstars need to get. However, WWE loves Flair so much and wants to give him more title dominance, which will upset the fans.

However, there is no denying that Charlotte Flair is one of the best female performers in the company and she has participated in several historic games at the company.

Charlotte Flair is certainly not devoid of self-confidence, as she had previously claimed to be on a different level compared to the Roman Reigns. Flair also plans to take part in the women’s Royal Rumble game this year.

Speaking Busted Open Radio, Michelle McCully talked about Charlotte Flair and dragged her to play the princess, who is a real princess.

“I want to confuse this with Charlotte, whether she knows I have any bones with her or not, because every time she’s on our TV, my two-year-old daughter is my mom, and my mom is me. For example, this is not my mother. My mother is here. She plays the role of a princess. I’m a princess. “

We’ll have to wait and see if Charlotte Flair plays well in the game and maybe intensifies her next fight.

January 23, 2022 12:44 PM

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