Charlotte Flair Furious After Kevin Owens Rumor Leaks

WWE SmackDown Women’s Champion Charlotte Flair is one of the biggest names in the company. She has one of the fastest-rising superstars from the days of NXT and has been dominating the main roster. She is set to defend her title against Rhea Ripley Night One of WrestleMania 39 but she is seemingly unhappy with the fact that it is not known which match will close out Night One. She noted that Men’s Royal Rumble winner get main event match but that is not the same in the case of women’s division.



Meanwhile, Roman Reigns and Cody Rhodes will battle with the Undisputed WWE Universal Title on the Night Two. There is actually some debate within WWE about which match should main event the show of show’s first night this year. No competitor has reportedly been told that they are closing out the night.

Charlotte Flair comments on the matter

While speaking to Out of Character with Ryan Satin, Charlotte Flair put WWE on blast a bit for their double standard. The men’s Royal Rumble winner is guaranteed a main event spot at WrestleMania, and that happened this year. The same is not true for women.

How do I word this politically correct? [laughs]. I understand that the best story should close the show. I understand that, but does the men’s title and whoever wins the men’s Royal Rumble, are they always guaranteed a main event spot? Are they always? 99.9 (percent). The women, last year, last minute, didn’t happen. This year, toss up because of story? You could argue, whoever closes, say it is the tag match, I’m a huge fan. I’ve known Sami and Kevin since I started. I could not be bigger fans, but fighting for Rhea and Charlotte, I just go, ‘that story has been a year in the making, this story has been three years.

Three years in the making.’ I get it. I get top story. I look at it from a fact standpoint instead of who deserves because no one deserves anything. I do not deserve the main event, I’m not saying that. I’m just saying, if you look at it from a factual standpoint; whoever wins the men’s Royal Rumble, they are always, 99.99999 (percent), the main event. If we have two nights, how does that work? If we don’t close, am I going to be disappointed, sure, but is it going to take away from the match and the moment and how we feel? No. I just go, how do we as women know, why is theirs guaranteed and ours isn’t? That’s my question.

Say the Usos, Sami, and Kevin close. So proud. Especially Sami. Seeing this run and turning it into what he has. I’m just talking from the standpoint from the women. If they’re guaranteed, why is the women’s Royal Rumble not? That’s the fact. It’s a question due to facts. Either way, whoever is where on the card, it’s WrestleMania. Good weekend, good vibes. Rhea and I will steal the show.”

Bishal Roy
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