Charlotte Flair is not going to silently allow people to criticize the way that she is presented on television.
To a degree, it is expected that when you reach a certain level of success in any field, there will be critics. For Charlotte Flair, the most decorated female WWE superstar in history, there is a certain expectation that she will be criticized for the amount of success that she has received.
As the daughter of someone who is considered by many to be the “greatest wrestler ever” and the only woman in history to win the WWE Divas Championship, Raw, SmackDown, and NXT Women's Championships, and most recently the WWE Women’s Tag Team Championship, Charlotte Flair has legitimately done it all and to an extent, has nothing left to prove.
Responding to an article that examined the negatives aspects of the way that she is presented, Charlotte Flair would defend herself by saying she's only taking time off at three separate points in her career, her comeback from one of those injuries saw her build a star, and would say that she will always be at the top of the card because she excels inside of the squared circle.
I should just scroll block this garbage, but words matter, so I will take a few moments to educate you since both a human and I would assume an editor allowed this bullshit to sully Al Gore’s internet https://t.co/dnxl2EuiSu— Charlotte Flair (@MsCharlotteWWE) January 14, 2021
I keep looking for the article where you trash one of the male champions for taking time off and being inserted back into the title picture. Didn’t find one. Shocking. Wonder why --— Charlotte Flair (@MsCharlotteWWE) January 14, 2021
I am in the title picture, and I will always be in the title picture. It’s one of those unfortunate side effects of excelling at something; you wouldn’t understand— Charlotte Flair (@MsCharlotteWWE) January 14, 2021
Charlotte Flair is currently engaged in a rivalry with Lacey Evans which involves her father, Ric Flair, somebody she says she's trying to distance herself from.
Charlotte will once again look to make history on Sunday, January 31, 2021, as she enters the Royal Rumble in hopes of becoming the first two-time female winner and the first-ever second-generation Royal Rumble winner.