"The Queen" gives her thoughts on a number of topics.
"The Queen" Charlotte Flair has yet to be announced for the Women's Royal Rumble match on January 27th but she is looking to make a major impact in the coming months heading into WrestleMania season. Charlotte Flair was present at NXT UK TakeOver: Blackpool last weekend and got to see all of the action including Toni Storm versus Rhea Ripley for the NXT UK Women's Championship.
— Charlotte Flair (@MsCharlotteWWE) January 12, 2019
Prior to TakeOver: Blackpool, Charlotte Flair spoke with a number of media outlets including the 'Hindustan Times' and talked about the biggest change that she has seen in WWE over the past few years and how the women of the company have transitioned from secondary storylines to being the main storyline of weekly TV shows and pay-per-views.
"The biggest change in the past few years is that the women wrestlers went from being secondary storylines to being the main storylines in WWE. When you see the women main event a show now, it is no longer a surprise. It’s great to see these powerful women producing great performances every week and It really blows your mind,” Charlotte said. "There are secondary storylines right now, but you do not see them last very long. However, that has improved over the years. From women demanding for time to them having matches which last more than 30 minutes. That is, by no means, a small feat,” she explained.
The topic of a possible weekly all-women's show in WWE came up and Charlotte Flair stated that she does not want that to happen. The reason for her stance on that is because she wants to be integrated with other members of the roster and to make sure she is getting the same opportunities as the males.
"Personally, I would not want a show exclusively for the women." Charlotte shared. "I want to be integrated with all the other performers and I want to go out knowing that I am getting the same opportunity as my male colleagues. Also, it raises the level of competition for all the superstars [on] the show,” she said.