Charlotte Flair Wouldn't Take Back Any Figure Eight Because She's Usually Won With It

Charlotte Flair is the most successful female wrestler in WWE history, holding the Raw Women's Championship five times and the SmackDown Women's Championship five times.

Most of Charlotte's title reigns have started with her trademark figure eight, which is a bridge figure four.

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Speaking to Ryan Satin on Out of Character, Charlotte discussed her signature move.

When asked her favorite opponent to put the move on, Charlotte named Asuka, saying, "It's not that I like putting her in it, but I really feel that my match with Asuka took me to the next level, when I broke her streak at WrestleMania. She had nothing to prove and someone who works backstage, who I'm super close to, thought I was going to lose. I was like, 'I was the underdog?' Putting Asuka in the figure eight was my favorite."

She also named Asuka at WrestleMania 34 as her most memorable figure eight, saying, "That match is just incredible. The whole story, we only had a two-week build. That one was probably the biggest."

As far as the figure eight she would take back, there isn't one.

"If I put it on, I've usually won with it. No one has gotten out of the bridge. They've gotten out of the figure four, but not the figure eight," she said.

Flair used the figure eight to capture the Raw Women's Title from Rhea Ripley at WWE Money in the Bank, but lost the title one night later to Nikki ASH, who cashed in her Money in the Bank briefcase.

Elsewhere during the podcast, Flair discussed her strive for greatness. You can find her full comments by clicking here.

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