Charlotte Flair Hits Out At Website Column Regarding Her Current Booking

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WWE Women’s Tag Team Championship, Charlotte Flair, has hit out at a column written by Daily DDT which stated that the star has received a lot of heat from fans about how she’s been booked.

While criticism over the booking of Charlotte Flair has been audible for many years now – and the mountainous tweets exist to back this up – no one can doubt that the mega-star has earned her place at the top of professional wrestling’s mountain with her unique skill and unmatched ability between the ropes.

Arguably one of NXT’s greatest ever main roster achievements, ‘The Queen’ has taken to Twitter in order to lambast the Daily DDT website for an article written about the displeasure of fans at her entitled, ‘Does Charlotte Flair Deserve The Hate She Gets?’ Refusing to rein-in her punches, Flair commented on the prejudice of the article while defending herself and the way she’s been handled:

“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 bulls**t to sully Al Gore’s internet.

I have taken time off three times while on the main roster. First time was when my dad was sick. Second time was a 6 week injury that was followed up by 18 months of staring at lights to help create a star. 3rd time is now. What exactly is it that I’m avoiding? 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.

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.”

Currently, as well as holding the WWE Women’s Tag Team Championships with Asuka, Charlotte is embroiled in a rivalry with her father, Ric Flair, after ‘The Nature Boy’ turned heel on his offspring on January 11 and assisted Lacey Evans in a victory.

Charlotte made her return to WWE at Tables, Ladders and Chairs on December 20, 2020, after a six month absence which last saw her drop the NXT Championship to Io Shirai at NXT TakeOver: In Your House. She will be one of the thirty women in the upcoming Royal Rumble Match on January 31.