Charlotte Flair wants more time to enjoy and appreciate how far the women of WWE have come.
Speaking to News 18 in India, she spoke about how much is changed since her last time in India, recalling that the last time she was there, she was divas champion. That championship has been defunct for almost four years.
"Yes, the last time I was here (India), I was the Divas Champion. I wrestled Summer Rae. It feels great but you know, sometimes I don't think I take the time to really reflect on, what has happened. Like, I made it to the WrestleMania, that happened, but it still hasn't sunk in," she began. "People ask me to take the time to appreciate what's happening. I'm sure 10 years down the road, I'll be like, 'Oh! I did that.' But to have the opportunity to talk about WWE's brand and come to India and reflect on the history that I've made with the women in the division and what women's wrestling means to me and to the WWE Universe as a whole, there's nothing that I love doing more. Actually, being here and interacting with fans feels awesome."
When asked what her favorite moment of the Women's Evolution has been, she admitted that it’s a very tough decision but landed on a particular WrestleMania moment.
"It's so hard to pick one fight because every talent brings out something different. Like when I faced Becky in Evolution it was different from when I was up against Ronda Rousey at Survivor Series. It was again different when I faced Sasha Banks at Hell in A Cell. Every fight is so different for me, I think that's what keeps me always in the picture because I'm able to adjust depending on the storyline," she said. "I think the most pressure I've had in any fight was wrestling Asuka at WrestleMania 34 because she didn't have anything to prove and I felt like this was my one opportunity to show what I'm made of and I'd had many history-making moments before that, but that was a defining moment in my career."
You can read the full interview here.