Charlotte Flair Enjoys Producing And Helping The Women, Hopes She Has Helped Rhea Ripley

Charlotte Flair is at the top of the division on WWE Raw as the Women's Champion and shows no signs of slowing down, but she is now thinking about life outside of wrestling.

Speaking to Renee Paquette on Oral Sessions, Charlotte was asked what she would like to do outside of wrestling as her star continues to grow.

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"I really want to be a supervillain in a big movie. For so long, I was so dedicated to my in-ring persona and now I'm like, 'What can I do in both?' That's what I'm trying to figure out now. What does (my career) look like in three years? I love producing. I love putting together matches and helping the girls. I don't necessarily know all the moves in the world, but I love helping girls with presentation and the little things do matter. I hope I'm helping Rhea. She hasn't said, but I do believe she has got what it takes to be the full package. The little things like, if someone looked at me and said, 'know who you are,' and it wasn't my dad, if a woman had looked at me and said 'know who you are, kick my ass, be the champion you are,' little things like that," she said.

Charlotte was also asked about the state of the women's division and the current emphasis on storylines.

She said about the division, "When we came back from COVID and we had audiences with Raw, my storyline with the ladies main evented Raw four weeks in a row. We get the opportunity, it's when there is those fire storylines are when people are engaged. If the storyline is not there, it's more about pushing the envelope with that. There are multiple storylines on Raw with the women, there are multiple stories. Sometimes, more stories mean more and I always believe the best stories should be the center focus of the main event. Unless you find that story, it is what it is."

Charlotte also said she is helping Andrade with his presentation as well while noting that he doesn't need help when it comes to the in-ring work.

Elsewhere during the interview, Charlotte explained why she didn't want fans disrespecting Rhea Ripley with "We want Becky" chants at WWE Money in the Bank. You can find her full comments by clicking here.

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