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Charlotte Flair Signs New WWE Contract, Latest Updates on Wrestling World

3 Key Points

  • Charlotte Flair secures new lucrative deal with WWE, amongst the top for female wrestlers.
  • WWE honors late Bray Wyatt with a Legends contract, supporting his family financially.
  • WWE partners with NHL for custom championship belts, available for purchase in 2024.

Charlotte Flair’s New WWE Agreement

Charlotte Flair has renewed her commitment with WWE, indicating her intention to stay within the organization’s ranks well into the future, as per information obtained by Fightful Select. Sources confirm that Charlotte Flair’s signing was among the initial contract renewals following WWE’s corporate changes. Notably, the renewal includes a reported significant salary increase, placing Flair’s deal among the highest for female talent in the company’s history. Currently, she is sidelined due to a significant knee injury sustained early this month.

Mike Rotunda Speaks on Bray Wyatt’s Legacy

The late Bray Wyatt, known outside the ring as Windham Rotunda, is being remembered by his father Mike Rotunda on a recent edition of the Wrasslin Talk podcast. Mike shared touching moments from Wyatt’s life and the impact he had on both the wrestling community and his family. WWE has posthumously awarded Wyatt a Legends contract, with proceeds directed to his four children, ensuring financial stability for his family. An extensive collection of Wyatt’s memorabilia is also available, aiding his children’s future.

WWE and NHL’s Unique Collaboration

WrestleVotes brings news that WWE has forged a partnership with the NHL. The collaboration entails crafting custom WWE Championship Legacy belts for each NHL team. These specialty items are set to hit the market via Fanatics in 2024. Additionally, WWE has opened the voting for the annual NXT Year-End Awards, where fans can weigh in on their favorite matches, superstars, and moments.

Various Updates from the WWE Universe

In other news, NXT talent Blair Davenport recently announced her engagement to Riley Osborne on Instagram. On the Monday Night RAW front, Jey Uso sported a “Yeet” shirt, blurred due to trademark issues, now available on WWEShop. Furthermore, a lawsuit filed against WWE was dismissed last May, with an appeal scheduled for early next year. WWE’s association with Slim Jim saw a unique promotional vehicle stolen, and they’re seeking fan assistance in recovering it. Finally, Booker T’s Reality of Wrestling promotion revealed that Roxanne Perez would guest star at their January 2024 event.

Remembering Bray Wyatt and Brodie Lee

Seth Rollins gave a heart-warming tribute to Bray Wyatt and Brodie Lee during a recent house show in Rochester, expressing the sentiment that our departed loved ones are always in our thoughts, especially during the holiday season.

Johnny Saint on NXT UK’s Closure

Johnny Saint, the former NXT UK General Manager, shared his thoughts in a Wrestling With Johners podcast interview. Saint reminisced about his enjoyable tenure with WWE but expressed disappointment over the brand’s shutdown, which he speculated was due to tax reasons.

Bianca Belair Reflects on Wrestling Landscape

Bianca Belair spoke candidly on the ROAR Around The Ring podcast about Charlotte Flair’s absence due to injury and the gap it creates in the women’s roster. Acknowledging Flair’s legendary status, Belair sees this as an opportunity for other superstars to step up, keeping an eye on potential contenders for WrestleMania spots.

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