Booker T doesn't want any intergender wrestling in WWE.
Booker has been outspoken against intergender in the past, calling Tessa Blanchard winning the IMPACT World Title "the biggest mistake in history" and now he's taking it a step further, giving his opinion on what would happen if WWE tried to do something similar with Charlotte Flair.
"It's ridiculous, it's nonsensical," Booker said on his Hall of Fame podcast. "Charlotte Flair goes and beats Randy Orton or Drew McIntyre, ruins these guy's careers, forever. Now she has to go against Braun Strowman for the title. This is not Wonder Woman. This is making people believe they're watching a simulated fight between two equals. Think about this, your sister has a boyfriend and her boyfriend beat the hell out of her. What are you supposed to say? 'She should have fought back harder!' It's ridiculous. It makes no sense. If somebody put their hands on my mom or my sister, it's going to be a problem. If anybody thinks it's okay for a man to fight a woman, and it's a fair fight, it's a problem. Can you imagine Claressa Shields fighting Deontay Wilder? Look at it from that perspective. If you don't understand it, I have wasted my time."
Booker previously agreed with Lance Storm's assessment that intergender wrestling shouldn't be done, though he did say it can be done on the Independent level for women to get more training against top level workers.
You can find his previous comments by clicking here.
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