WWE Superstar Charlotte Flair estimates that she spends over 300 days a year on the road. On Sunday, February 23, 2020 she will be in Brandon as the second generation wrestler is scheduled to wrestle in a Triple Threat Match for the RAW Women’s Championship against Asuka and the current WWE RAW Women’s Champion Becky Lynch.
Carlotte, often called the ‘Queen’ of WWE, is the daughter of legendary WWE star and Hall of Famer Ric Flair. In conversation with bdnmb.ca earlier today she said that speaks with her father 5-6 times a day. While people are expecting her to share crazy stories about being the daughter of a famous wrestler, she said that knows him as “just dad”. “Just like any father out there he grounded me, made me drink my milk, or finish my homework” stated Charlotte.
She started training to be a wrestler in 2012 and 1-year later she figured she had what it took to make a living at it. The former 2016 PWI World’s Top Female Professional wrestler of the Year said that her previous experience as a University volleyball player (captain) provided her with many of the tools required to become a WWE Superstar including being a good teammate, a leader, and the competitive drive to make a difference. Had wrestling not worked out she said she likely would have become a personal trainer or a coach.
When asked what people of Brandon can expect to see from Charlotte when she hits the squared circle at Westoba Place she simply stated “they will see why I am called the Queen of the WWE”. She enjoys wrestling on smaller shows, and at smaller venues, as it allows for greater fan interaction and the wrestlers are not competing with TV commercial time.
WWE Live: Road to WrestleMania tickets can be purchased here. Show time on the 23rd is 7pm.