Charlotte Flair Discusses Current Relationship With WWE Four Horsewomen

Charlotte Flair Discusses Current Relationship With WWE Four Horsewomen

The impact of Charlotte Flair, Becky Lynch, Sasha Banks and Bayley on WWE’s women’s division cannot be underestimated, with all four women winning multiple world titles throughout their careers.

Speaking to the Metro newspaper, Charlotte Flair discussed the “unspoken” bond she believes exists between the four women.

She said:

“It’s an unspoken bond. Our careers have all taken different turns and ended up in different spots in different times. The level of respect is always there, no matter what. You just don’t… maybe we should talk about it more, but we all know how we feel about each other, what we did, and what it took, and how hard we worked to get where we are.”

She went on to give special praise to Sasha Banks, who will likely be one of her main rivals now the two of them are both on SmackDown.

“I know this is so corny, but iron sharpens iron. Sasha and I just have this crazy chemistry. From the moment we locked up, actually it was FCW at the time which turned into NXT, it was undeniable.

“To circle back around — because I tell her all the time, ‘I can’t even watch our matches from three or four years ago. They’re terrible! I didn’t even know what I was doing, they’re so bad!’ And then to come full circle and face her again, and have the experience that I have and both of us as performers, I’m looking forward to seeing what we’re capable of doing on TV.”

Flair is set to face Raw Women’s Champion Becky Lynch this weekend at Survivor Series in a Champion vs. Champion match. The two women have had a few backstage issues of late, but hopefully that won’t affect the quality of the match.

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2 years ago by Andy Datson


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