A rumour has been making the rounds over the past few days that there may be some real life heat between SmackDown Women’s Champion Charlotte Flair, and former WWE star Nia Jax.
It isn’t clear where this rumour came from or why it even started, but Jax appears to have shot down any suggestions of dislike between the pair in a recent Tik Tok clip.
Jax posted a clip of her and Charlotte having a lovely time together, along with the caption: “Her and Charlotte really hate each other.”
— m (@madsflair) January 12, 2022
It isn’t the first time there has been rumoured heat between the two women, with speculation starting after their shoot-style match took place in August on Raw.
Speaking at the time on his Table Talk Podcast, WWE producer D-Von Dudley said:
“A lot of people suspect Nia Jax and Charlotte Flair got into it heavy. I even heard some reports that they were beating each other up in the back. Number one, they weren’t beating each other up in the back. Something happened in the ring, they handled it the way they handled it and they got over it. It’s as simple as that. They got over it.
“Were things done in the ring? I think it’s obvious. No dirtsheet writer can put me on blast and go, ‘Well, D-Von said…’ No, everybody saw what happened this past Monday. It got a little rough. It happens. It’s not the first time it happened, but of course, everyone is making a big deal out of it.”
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