Charlotte Flair ‘Punched’ By AEW Star In Video

WWE SmackDown Women’s Champion Charlotte Flair is one of the stars who is absolutely dedicated to her work. She is one of the top stars of the company and she makes sure she stays at the top. It is possible with hard work and intense workouts in the gym. Ahead of her huge match against 2022 Royal Rumble winner, Ronda Rousey at WrestleMania 38, ‘The Queen’ was spotted doing an ‘intense’ workout and of course, her fiance and AEW star Andrade El Idolo was helping her.



Charlotte Flair takes several punches to her abs

‘The Queen’ shared just how hard she is working to get ready for the match on her Instagram. A short video clip showed her hanging from a pull-up bar, while Andrade El Idolo worked her over with a series of jabs to the midsection to attain a bulletproof core.

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Charlotte and Ronda have met in the past. At WrestleMania 35, they were part of a three-way main event with Becky Lynch. They also had a singles match at the 2018 Survivor Series that saw Charlotte get disqualified for taking a shortcut with a kendo stick. The SmackDown Women’s Champion is set to take on Ronda Rousey at WrestleMania 38. The event will take place on Saturday, April 2 and Sunday, April 3 at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas.

Charlotte Flair reveals if Ric Flair will return to WWE

Ric Flair is not working with WWE, but Charlotte Flair doesn’t believe that will be forever. She noted many people come and go, and thinking Ric will not return is wild:

“Who’s to say my dad is never going to be back in WWE? Everyone comes and goes, it’s one of those businesses where you never know. Just because you’re not good one day doesn’t mean you’re great the next day. I’ve seen people come back that we never thought would come back,” she said. “I mean, especially with somebody like my dad, who has been part of the industry for what, 50+ years? To say that maybe he’s never going to be back, that is wild to me.”

Barry Russell
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