Charlotte Flair was the Queen of WWE television in the months following WrestleMania 36, appearing weekly on Raw and NXT while being sprinkled into SmackDown as well.
Charlotte had already proven to be one of the greatest female wrestlers of all-time when she won the NXT Women's Championship at WrestleMania 36 and she hopes the women in NXT took notice of what you can achieve through hard work and consistency.
"I don't want to say that I've added more to NXT, I just hope the talent in that locker room at NXT go, 'this woman is NXT homegrown and look at what she's done in her career.' That's what I strive for. I don't say, 'do I added to the show, the locker room, am I getting girls over?' There's no right answer for that. My answer is, I hope the women in the locker room look at me and go, 'Damn, she's done it all and I want to do it too. What has it taken her to do that?' For me, the answer is consistency. Whether the storyline is for you or not for you, whether you're apart of it, you shine no matter what. It's not about how many moves, it's the story you portray and how you hold yourself. If you learn anything in a ring with me and we're trying to tell a story; remember the story and who you are as a character because that's what the audience connects with," Charlotte told Pro Wrestling Illustrated.
Charlotte lost the NXT Women's Championship at NXT TakeOver: In Your House. She is currently off television due to complications with plastic surgery. You can learn more about her issue by clicking here.
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