Charlotte Flair: "I also want to work outside of WWE"

Interviewed by Jim Varsallone of the Miami Emerald, she did not discard the idea of being able to devote herself to acting in Hollywood

by Lorenzo Ciotti
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Charlotte Flair: "I also want to work outside of WWE"

Charlotte Flair is by far the most decorated female Superstar in WWE history, as she has won multiple belts many times and has also managed to make history on several occasions, such as when she made the first Hell In A Cell Match with Sasha Banks or she participated in the first all-female main event of Wrestlemania in 2019.

However, this obviously is never enough for her and as she often says in various interviews, she always tries to be the best version of herself and improve more and more over the years, trying to leave an important legacy for the wrestlers of the present and the future.

But it seems that for her there could be something more than a career in the WWE rings, in fact, interviewed by Jim Varsallone of the Miami Emerald, she did not discard the idea of being able to devote herself to acting in Hollywood.

She said: "I definitely want do things outside of WWE, but it's a question of when that will happen for me. Very early in my career, I did Psych The Movie. I've also done Punky Brewster. I've had these opportunities. I'd love a bigger role and a movie bigger, but when it happens, it will happen.

I'm trying not to put too much pressure on, I have to do this, I have to do this' because, at the same time, I want to be the best superstar in WWE. I know I want to be the best at everything I do, so it's just about when all of these things come to me at the right time.

I know it sounds cliché, but it's just about having patience. My transition will be unique and special to Charlotte Flair."

For now we have to think about WrestleMania

While Charlotte Flair dreams of a career in Hollywood, right now she is focused on her challenge against Rhea Ripley, with the two of her who will meet in the ring at WrestleMania 39 to try to win the SmackDown women's belt.

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