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Charlotte Flair Celebrates Ruthless Return With Devilish New Look

Charlotte Flair

Charlotte Flair has revealed a new look on social media that coordinates perfectly with her return to WWE’s red brand, Monday Night Raw.

Flair returned to Raw on the Monday after WrestleMania episode where she launched a stunning verbal attack on the other female stars in the company. Charlotte also addressed the fact that she had missed WrestleMania, the first time ‘The Queen’ had done so since making her debut at the event in 2016.

In a scathing promo Charlotte Flair said:

“Here I am on the Raw after WrestleMania. Normally I would be standing here with my big ole’ Flair smile but I wasn’t on WrestleMania. I wasn’t ‘welcomed’ at WrestleMania. You know, the biggest stage that all the talent dream of being on, I wasn’t there.”

Flair then added:

“I am a franchise player. I am a genuine superstar and what I do in this ring is sacred to my family. Here’s the thing, it wasn’t my fault I wasn’t on WrestleMania. I wasn’t on WrestleMania for things I could not control. It’s unacceptable. You think it was my fault that Asuka needed a tag team partner? No. Do you think it was my fault that my dad showed up on Legend’s Night on Monday Night Raw acting like a fool? No. You think it was my fault Lacey Evans decided to get pregnant and I didn’t get to kick her ass in this ring? No.”

Flair returned to WWE after a few months out of action at December’s TLC pay-per-view to team with Asuka and win the WWE Women’s Tag Team Titles. Following that Flair was reportedly set to meet Evans at WrestleMania in a story also involving Ric Flair. That was curtailed following Evan’s real-life pregnancy.

A potential match with Asuka for the Raw Women’s Championship was also scrapped. That came amidst Flair’s revelation that she had tested positive for COVID-19.

Following her return to Raw, Flair has posted new photos on Twitter showing a devilish side to the 12-time time WWE Women’s Champion.

Later on during Raw Charlotte then made another appearance. In a rematch from WrestleMania, Asuka faced new Raw Women’s Champion Rhea Ripley in a match. While both women were on the outside, Flair attacked both Asuka and Ripley. Flair suplexed Asuka onto the floor before then hitting Ripley with a big boot.

WWE Hall of Famer Trish Stratus recently praised Charlotte Flair. Stratus said that she believes Flair is the greatest female WWE Superstar of all time. This came following a WWE Network documentary that named Stratus ahead of Flair at number one.