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Charlotte Flair Wants To Break Her Father’s World Title Record

Charlotte Flair is one of, if not the most decorated WWE Women’s Champion in the modern era, possibly even of all time as she currently has a total of 14 reigns as a Women’s Champion, but The Queen looks to break her father, two-time WWE Hall of Famer Ric Flair’s 16 World Title reigns, something that WWE legend John Cena has tied when he defeated then-WWE Champion AJ Styles for the WWE Title at the Royal Rumble Premium Live Event in 2017.

“The Queen” Charlotte Flair recently had a conversation with New York Live on numerous topics related to pro wrestling including how the time off she had last year from WWE was good for her physically as well as emotionally and how it just made her realize how lucky she is.

This is what Charlotte Flair said:

“It feels like I never left. Yeah, like time flies so fast. No, but the break was good for me physically and emotionally, but it just made me realize how lucky I am. And, like, I really do have the best job in the world. I put smiles on people’s faces doing what I love and what I do best. And that’s being a WWE Superstar.”

Charlotte Flair also talked about how it is just so much easier for her being the heel.

This is what Charlotte Flair said:

“No, I still take it very seriously, but I think I’ve always played a bad guy, and coming back, I’ve been more of a good guy. I mean, I still think they love to boo me, but realizing that at this stage of my career, I get to interact with the kids sitting in the front row where for so many years, it was like, ‘No, I’m so angry. Boo me.’ It’s been really rewarding being able to interact with the kids. No, it’s fun. It’s so much easier being the bad guy. Well, think about having to walk out, making sure people like you. Like, what if they don’t like me? Harder. It feels forced. No, but I mean, I think what I’ve done for women’s wrestling and with WWE, it’s more people respect my career, and the kids look at me as like, ‘Oh my God, there’s the queen.’”

Charlotte Flair also talked about main-eventing WrestleMania 35 with Becky Lynch and Ronda Rousey.

This is what Charlotte Flair said:

“I think it was the first time that I really walked out. It was New York, New Jersey, and I was like, I’m doing exactly what I said I was going to do in a male-dominated world, and no one thought women could do that. So it was just like one of those like, I belong here. Yeah, I have to do it again. Yeah, well.”

Charlotte Flair then talked about wanting to break her father’s and John Cena’s 16 World Title reigns and get to 17 World Titles.

This is what Charlotte Flair said:

“So John Cena just tied my dad. So now I have Cena and my dad to beat. But no, I’m definitely chasing 17. And I think if, or when I break the record, it’ll be like a woman did it in a male-dominated industry. And I hope that encourages women in all industries that we can do it all. Yeah.”

You can check out Charlotte Flair’s full comments in the video below. H/T to for transcribing the quotes.

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