Charlotte Flair signs multi-year WWE contract despite lengthy injury recovery period

Charlotte Flair is one of the most successful and popular female wrestlers in WWE history. She is the daughter of the legendary Ric Flair, and she has followed in his footsteps by becoming a 14-time world champion in WWE. She is also the only woman to have held the NXT, Raw, SmackDown, Divas, and Women’s Tag Team titles in WWE.

Flair suffered a major injury on Friday Night’s Smackdown episode on December 8th and has been officially out of action. Flair’s contract was about to expire at the end of 2023, and now reports suggest that she has signed a new contract.

Charlotte Flair signs multi-year WWE contract

It has been reported that Charlotte Flair, has officially inked a lucrative multi-year contract with World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) solidifying her commitment to the sport and shattering any rumors of an imminent retirement. Unlike her fellow peers who have bid farewell to the WWE or opted for a hiatus from the squared circle, Flair’s decision to remain an active participant in the wrestling world has sent shockwaves throughout the industry.

Flair’s new contract is a testament to her achievements and contributions to WWE, and it also secures her future and legacy in the company. She is one of the most decorated and influential female wrestlers in WWE history, and she has proven herself to be a valuable asset and a star attraction for the company. She is the Queen of WWE, and she is not going anywhere

Flair has also been praised for her athleticism, charisma, and mic skills, and she has been compared to her father as one of the greatest wrestlers of all time. She has also been a role model and an inspiration for many young girls and women who aspire to be wrestlers, and she has helped to elevate the status and respect of women’s wrestling division.

Flair started her wrestling career in 2012, when she joined WWE’s developmental territory NXT. She won the NXT Women’s Championship twice and was named Rookie of the Year by Pro Wrestling Illustrated (PWI) in 2014. She was promoted to the main roster in 2015 and became the first woman to win the WWE Divas Championship. She also won the RAW Women’s Championship and the SmackDown Women’s Championship.

Charlotte Flair expected to have a long recovery period

On the latest episode Friday Night SmackDown, WWE revealed that Charlotte Flair would be out of the ring for an extended length of time. During a singles bout against Japanese WWE superstar Asuka, the Queen suffered a major injury, forcing her to exit the squared circle.

Reports indicate the extent of the damage is significant. Flair reportedly tore her ACL, MCL, and meniscus, requiring immediate surgery and a lengthy nine-month recovery period. This means the 14-time champion will miss major events like the Royal Rumble, WrestleMania 40, and even SummerSlam. It’s a devastating blow for The Queen, who was just building momentum in a feud with Damage CTRL and seemingly poised for another championship run

Flair’s injury is a huge blow for WWE and the fans, as she is one of the top stars and attractions in the company. Many fans went on social media and gave their support for Flair. They are expecting flair to return to WWE ring soon after her healthy recovery but until Flair will be missed by the WWE universe.


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