The end to Monday Night Raw this past week was one of the main talking points from the show. In the main event, we saw Charlotte Flair and Asuka clash, while reigning Raw Women’s Champions, Rhea Ripley was watching at ring side.
That wasn’t the end of the action though, as Asuka’s victory over Flair incensed the Queen, and she continued to beat up the referees that got into the ring to stop any damage from being done. Charlotte was visibly angry after being beaten by the former champion, and insisted that she was distracted by Ripley at ring side.
WWE News: Charlotte Responds
Charlotte had been quiet on social media since the end of Raw. Furthermore, it was revealed that she would be suspended indefinitely for the attack on the referees in the ring. It was also announced by Adam Pearce that Flair was fined $100,000 for her actions. However, Flair didn’t hold back on her assessment of the situation.
The first tweet was just the start from Charlotte, as she quickly responded again by claiming that the whole situation was a ‘joke’ and slammed the ‘audacity’ to fine her and remove her from the ring that she claimed was ‘my ring’. You can see the full tweet that she sent out below.
WWE News: Building Towards Huge Championship Match
The new version of Charlotte Flair is one of the best that we have seen in recent years, as she is living up to the tags that fans have labelled on her throughout her career. She is now living under the presence that she is the best women’s wrestler of all-time, and that the rest of the Raw women’s division should thank her for being there.
One thing is for sure, Charlotte isn’t completely wrong by claiming that she is one of the best female superstars of all-time, as she certainly is that. It’s unclear when Charlotte will return at this stage, but it does seem as though the WWE are building towards the potential triple threat match between the three superstars involved. At this time, it looks unlikely that the match will happen at the upcoming Backlash PPV, but it could happen shortly after that. It could certainly be an early contender for match of the year, as the talent in the match would be second to none.