“i only drink champagne on two occasions. when I am in love and when I am not.
~ Coco Chanelv”
The WWE SmackDown Women’s Champion is currently entailed in a feud with Ronda Rousey, who is set to face her at WrestleMania 38. ‘The Baddest Woman on The Planet’ won the 2022 Women’s Royal Rumble Match to secure a shot at the title and since then they have been involved in brawls multiple times. Last week on SmackDown they got involved in a brawl in the parking lot with ‘The Queen’ getting the better of the challenger.
On the latest edition of SmackDown as well, a brawl broke out between the top stars. Rousey interrupted Flair during her in-ring promo. After exchanging some strikes, it was ‘The Queen’ who got the upper hand as she got hold of a kendo stick in the timekeeper’s area. Eventually, Flair drove Rousey through the announcer’s table with a brutal powerbomb. The show wrapped up with the champion standing tall.
Charlotte and Ronda Rousey will go head to head at WrestleMania 38 which will take place on Saturday, April 2, and Sunday, April 3 from AT& T Stadium in Arlington, Texas.
Speaking about WrestleMania, Charlotte who has been part of several WrestleMania events, recently revealed her favorite moment from ‘The Show of Shows.’
Charlotte Flair reveals her favorite WrestleMania moment
Flair revealed that Shawn Michaels’ match against Ric Flair at WrestleMania 24 is her favorite WrestleMania moment. While speaking to the WWE digital team, ‘The Queen’ stated that being there with her siblings and seeing how much her father meant to the business will always be her favorite WrestleMania moment.
“My favorite WrestleMania moment I think will always be when Shawn Michaels retired my dad. Not just because of the match; it was the last time my whole family sat front row together. Me, my little brother, my big sister, and my big brother, and it was the first time in, I guess, my entire life that I finally realized what my dad meant to the industry.”
Charlotte further described the emotion of the match and how it’s translated into her stellar WrestleMania career:
“Just seeing the tears come down both my brothers’ faces and knowing that’s what they wanted to do one day, and then fast forward to all the WrestleMania moments that I’ve had, and to just think that at that time I had no idea that this is what I was gonna be doing, and it wasn’t a dream. That moment for my family, for my dad, for what it means to me to be doing this now, will forever be my favorite WrestleMania moment.”
— WWE (@WWE) March 17, 2022