Charlotte Flair, Ric Flair’s daughter, wants to leave her father’s shadow in the WWE.
Charlotte Flair may have followed in her father’s footsteps and pursued a career in WWE, but she has no desire to follow in his footsteps.
Flair returned to WWE after a shoulder ailment forced him to take a break.
She was embroiled in a storyline with her father, Ric Flair, and fellow RAW star Lacey Evans upon her comeback.
Flair expressed her displeasure with the storyline focusing on Flair’s anger with her father’s on-screen relationship with Evans in a recent interview with The Hindustan Times.
She expressed her dissatisfaction and remarked that having to share the TV with her father had cut her ambitions to start over.
“I am no longer Ric Flair’s daughter; I am Charlotte Flair.” Charlotte’s father is the man in the picture. “Why do I have to be on TV with my father?” I wondered. She repeated herself.
On Leaving a Mark
Flair is hell-bent on blazing her own trail.
The wrestler admitted that she struggled with her decision not to seek help from her father.
She remarked that she was tired of hearing about how her father helped her out in interviews.
Her father, on the other hand, was never available to train or supervise her until she had already been in the business for two years.
Her father, she says, had no idea how the women’s division operated, which is why she had to do all of the job herself.
After becoming the new NXT Women’s Champion on May 29, 2014, Flair drew the attention of the WWE Universe.
Flair successfully defended her title in the months that followed, defeating one opponent after another. This solidified the women’s division as one of sports entertainment’s most competitive branches.
Flair made her Raw debut and went on to win the Raw Women’s Championship for the first time.
She was also the first newcomer to win the Divas Title, and the first woman to not the only main event but also win a pay-per-view match.
Regarding Her Father’s Relationship
The world champion wrestler has been rapidly closing in on her father’s all-time record of 16 World Championship championships won during his Hall-of-Fame career.
Ric, as The Nature Boy, is in the running for the title of best wrestling showman of all time, with a 40-year WWE career.
Second Nature: The Legacy of Ric Flair and the Rise of Charlotte, a fascinating dual memoir, readers noticed that Ric’s business came before his family, and his traveling schedule, along with rockstar party antics, frequently sparked questions about the kind of father he was.
Flair, on the other hand, believes her father was overly critical of his parenting, claiming that he supplied for the family, frequently brought her lunch to school, and had a relationship with her that few parents would.
He was her greatest buddy, she said, and he would answer her phone even at 3 a.m.
Meanwhile, Ric said that he is really pleased with his daughter’s outstanding WWE career thus far.