Charlotte goes over a number of topics.
It has been two weeks since WWE's first-ever all-women's pay-per-view 'Evolution'. One of the many highlights coming out of that show was the Last Woman Standing match between Charlotte Flair and Becky Lynch for the SmackDown Women's Championship. Charlotte was bested by "The Man" Becky Lynch but despite the loss Charlotte views the bout as one of her best to date. She echoed those sentiments while being interviewed by SPORTbible.
"It was a culmination of learning, us being best friends and it being the all-women's pay-per-view," Charlotte said. "It's a chance for all the women to show what they have and say, 'No, I'm the best' - it just raises the bar. That's why I like having two brands; SmackDown wants to be better than RAW, RAW wants to be better than SmackDown - it creates competition and you have to have competition. I think [the] Last Woman Standing [match] has been my best performance so far."
Being in the Last Woman Standing match has made Charlotte want to take a trip back to the past and redo her Hell In A Cell match with Sasha Banks. Charlotte stated that with the talent and mindset she has now, things in that 2016 match with Sasha would've been done differently.
"I was actually nervous about the Last Woman Standing match because not having a count or a pinfall, I've never had one of these. At least with the Falls Count Anywhere you're still getting a count. I think the Last Woman Standing match has to be the most challenging but I wish I could go back and redo my Hell in a Cell match because I wish I was the talent back then that I am now and I would have done so many things different and better." She stated.
Coming out of 'Evolution', Charlotte has lost her flare and even turned down the honor of captaining SmackDown's women's Survivor Series team. This past Tuesday on the blue-brand exclusive show, more notes on the road to Survivor Series unfolded and to catch up on storylines heading into the November 18th event, click here.