Charlotte Flair Says She Wants To Prove She’s More Than Just Ric Flair’s Daughter

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During a recent appearance on the “Bart & Hahn” podcast, Charlotte Flair commented on the growth of women’s wrestling in WWE, how much she wants to prove to the fans, and more. You can check out some highlights from the podcast below:

On the growth of women’s wrestling in WWE: “Since 2015, we, as a company, have talked about this women’s evolution. And really, the women have done it all since then. So to me, it’s not necessarily celebrating the fact that the women have three matches on the show, it’s that we have continued to have success and continued to take the ball and run with it. Now, we’ve pretty much normalized it. No one is going, ‘Oh my gosh, there’s three female matches on the SummerSlam card. Oh my gosh, the females are in the main event of RAW. The females are in the main event of SmackDown.’ That’s how far we’ve come. No one who really pays close attention is surprised by the most because we have given it to them time after time and over-delivered. So I think the bigger thing is, it’s normal. If there was just one match, people would be like something’s not right, that’s normal. But now it’s normal to have multiple female matches, multiple female storylines with different feels to each one of them.”

On being Ric Flair’s daughter and how it drives her to prove to fans she’s more than just that: “It weighs on me to this day. I definitely have a chip on my shoulder, and I think it’s a double-edged sword being the daughter of Ric Flair. I would never change it. My dad is my best friend and biggest supporter with my fiance. Just with what my dad means and knowing that so many people assume that I’ve gotten where I am because of him, I try that much harder. Even to this day with everything I’ve done, it’s still not enough. I’ve gotta do more. I’ve gotta get better. That’s what makes me tick, and I think it’s hard to really grasp with that there’s a father-daughter duo that has done what we’ve done and meant what we’ve meant to the industry. I don’t even grasp it. I’m very grateful and very lucky.”

(h/t – 411 Wrestling)

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