The Women’s WarGames match at WWE Survivor Series 2023 was an action-packed affair that saw the team of Bianca Belair, Charlotte Flair, Becky Lynch, and Shotzi emerge victorious over Damage CTRL, the team of Bayley, Asuka, Kairi Sane, and Iyo Sky.
The match was full of high spots and near-falls, with all eight women showcasing their skills and athleticism. It was a great way to end Survivor Series 2023, and it set the stage for some exciting storylines heading into the new year. After the match, Flair took to social media to share her thoughts on the victory.
Charlotte Flair’s statement after WWE Survivor Series win
Charlotte Flair was one of the standout performers in the Women’s WarGames match at WWE Survivor Series 2023. Belair and Lynch also played a key role in the victory, hitting a big KOD to pin Bayley and secure the win. She delivered a number of big moves throughout the match, including her signature moon assault from the top of the cage.
Flair posted her photo standing on top of the steel structure. Flair wrote, “And I’m not even in my prime.” Flair’s victory at the Survivor Series was a major moment in her career. It solidified her status as one of the top female wrestlers in the world and set the stage for even bigger things to come in the future.
This statement showcases Flair’s unwavering confidence in her abilities and her determination to constantly challenge herself and reach new heights. Although it is difficult to pinpoint exactly when a wrestler reaches their prime, Flair’s remarks imply that she sees herself as continuously growing and honing her abilities. This is a promising outlook for fans of Flair, as it indicates that she has the potential to achieve even greater success in the future.
What is next for Charlotte Flair?
Currently, Charlotte Flair is a part of the Smackdown brand. Flair is widely recognized as one of the most accomplished female wrestlers in WWE history, boasting an impressive 13 championship reigns, which notably includes 12 reigns as the SmackDown Women’s Champion. Flair headlined Wrestlemania 37 as the Raw Women’s Champion.
However, she has also lost her championship on several occasions. Flair lost her women’s championship to Ronda Rousey in an I Quit Match at WrestleMania Backlash in 2022. After that Flair has not won any Championship title in WWE.
Flair has mostly portrayed a babyface throughout her career, but a heel turn could potentially bring a refreshing change to her character. A heel Flair could become an even more ruthless and dangerous competitor, leading to exciting feuds with numerous top babyfaces. She is an exceptional athlete who consistently delivers high-quality performances. WWE is possibly planning to give Flair another title shot. It would be thrilled if Flair won the upcoming Women’s Royal Rumble match in 2024 and main event of Wrestlemania 40.
Flair is an incredibly talented performer with immense potential, and WWE will undoubtedly have no difficulty crafting captivating storylines for her. She is widely recognized as one of the most talented and popular female wrestlers globally, and her influence in the industry is expected to endure for years to come.