Charlotte Flair gives major update on her rehab & WWE in-ring return
In December 2023, Charlotte Flair during a match against Asuka, had discomfort in her knee and was escorted backstage by medical staff. It was made clear that Flair injured her knee and required surgery, which will take her a long time to recover.
Flair underwent surgery in January 2024 and was back for rehab. It was expected that The Queen could only be returning by the end of the year or by early next year. However, the latest update from Charlotte himself could make us wonder, that her WWE return could be earlier than expected.
Charlotte Flair’s in-ring return
“The Queen” Charlotte Flair recently appeared for an interview with CNBC on the Power Lunch show, where Flair spoke about her in-ring WWE return and becoming the 15-time World Champion. Flair said that in six weeks time she will be headed to schedule and will be looking forward to her return. She is excited with The Rock back in the company, WWE Raw sold to Netflix and WrestleMania 40 in Philadelphia. She also said that she will get back to win her 15th world title.
“I’m six weeks out Thursday. I’m ahead of schedule and every day all I can think about is returning back to the ring, especially with all the excitement of The Rock, going to Netflix, WrestleMania 40 in Philadelphia, all I can think about is getting back and winning that number 15.”
Charlotte Flair is a six-time WWE Raw Women’s Champion, seven-time WWE SmackDown Women’s Champion, two-time WWE NXT Champion & one-time WWE Divas Champion. She is two championship win less to equal his father Ric Flair & John Cena. Who do you think will be the Women’s division Champions when Flair makes her return to WWE? Comment.
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