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Charlotte Flair Responds To Fans Clamouring For A Britt Baker Match

Charlotte Flair

Charlotte Flair has spoken about her future, why she feels AEW is a positive part of the wrestling business, and possibly going up against a certain wrestling dentist one day.

Flair recaptured the RAW Women’s Championship when she defeated Nikki A.S.H and Rhea Ripley in a Triple Threat match as SummerSlam. The Queen of WWE was speaking to Renee Paquette for her Oral Sessions podcast in front of a live Las Vegas audience when she discussed AEW and why she feels their presence can only be good for the wrestling business and WWE:

“Competition breeds competition. If there’s no one out there to go up against, it’s kind of like, what are we fighting for? No, you want to fight to be number one. So, to me, the better they do, the better we do. The better we do, the better they do.”

“No one should want anyone to fail. No one should talk down [to each other]. I mean, every company is different. To me, I’m going to say we are the best women’s division, and there’s only one Queen in wrestling. So, I challenge anybody else in the world; if you think you’re better, try me!”

On the subject of AEW, Flair was asked if there were any women outside of WWE she’d be interested in taking on. Cue a massive “DMD” chant from the assembled audience in reference to the current AEW Women’s Champion Dr. Britt Baker DMD. Flair only added:

“The people have spoken!”

Charlotte Flair then discussed her own future and sees two different paths for herself, a wrestling future and one where she follows in the footsteps of the likes of John Cena and The Rock and heads to Hollywood:

“I really want to be a supervillain in a big movie. For so long, I was so dedicated to my in the ring persona. But now, I’m like, ok, what can I do? Both? That’s what I’m trying to figure out now; I’m like, what’s it look like in three years?”

“I will say this: I do love producing. I like to put together matches and helping the girls. Like, I don’t necessarily know all of the moves in the world, but I love helping girls with presentations and, like, the little things do matter.”

With her SummerSlam title victory, Flair can lay claim to being a twelve-time WWE Women’s Champion – not counting her two runs with the NXT Women’s Title. As she closes in on her dad’s milestone of sixteen world titles, Charlotte admits she is a bit conflicted as to whether she wants to break that record:

“I think I want to. I don’t know because I don’t know what it means. If I surpass, like, are they going to say ‘Charlotte’s Dad’ [Ric Flair]? Yes, I’m going to be the 16-time champion one day. Seventeen times. [John] Cena better not beat me before!”

h/t Wrestling Inc. for the transcription