Charlotte believes in it.
The idea of the WWE's female superstars headlining a WrestleMania has been a topic of conversation since the Women's Revolution kick-started within the company. Stars like Sasha Banks, Charlotte Flair, Bayley, Asuka, and Ember Moon have been ushering in a new era of women's wrestling in WWE. A number of those names listed have stated during interviews that they do not believe it is too far-fetched to think that the women of the company will one-day main-event a WrestleMania.
Former seven-time WWE Women's Champion Charlotte Flair who ended Asuka's 914-day undefeated streak at WrestleMania 34 believes that all it will take is the right storyline for WWE's female superstars to close the "Show Of Shows".
"I want to main-event WrestleMania," Flair said to Bleacher Report. "For the women to main-event, all I think it's going to take is the right storyline."
While main-eventing WresleMania is one of Charlotte's goals, she also hopes to one day be praised for her skills on the microphone the same way that her Hall Of Fame father Ric Flair is.
"My dad was just so charismatic and witty," Flair said. "One day, I hope people say that I was just as good as my dad on the mic in my own way. I will never be saying 'Space Mountain' or 'limousine riding', but I hope people say I can control an audience, that I was as captivating as him."
Charlotte recently made history by competing in her third straight Women's Money In The Bank Ladder match. To read up on the results from the 'Money In The Bank' PPV where that match took place, click here.