• Charlotte Flair Missing WrestleMania 37 Due To Issues With WWE?
According to the Wrestling Observer, there’s something going on between WWE and Charlotte Flair, and this might result in The Queen missing next month’s WrestleMania 37 PPV.
Charlotte is going to be in the Walking Tall movie remake, but that’s not the issue according to the Observer.
“She’s doing the movie. As far as Charlotte and WrestleMania, they’re definitely avoiding me on that one. There’s definitely a story that’s not the movie, because if it was the movie it wouldn’t be hidden.
It’s definitely something that’s behind hidden as far as what’s going on with Charlotte.”
Charlotte was rumored to be in the RAW Women’s Championship match at WrestleMania 37, but her status is up in the air with this new development.
Charlotte was recently removed from the WrestleMania 37 graphic as well.
You can check out the old graphic with Charlotte on it below:
#WrestleMania is back in business.
— WWE (@WWE) March 18, 2021
Now here’s the updated graphic where Charlotte is no longer featured:
#WrestleMania is back in business!!! 🎟
— WWE (@WWE) March 19, 2021
Charlotte’s fiance, Andrade, recently asked for his release from WWE and he was granted his release last night after the Fastlane PPV went off the air.
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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (March 22, 2009) – Old School WWF Veteran Passed Away
On this day in 2009, we lost Old School WWF Tag Team Veteran Steven Dunn (Real name: Steve Doll) at the age of 48 due to a blood clot, that reached his heart.
If you were watching World Wrestling Federation TV in 1993-1995, you will remember him as one half of the mid-card Tag Team ‘Well Dunn’, with his Tag Team partner Timothy Well (Rex King).
They were managed by Harvey Wippleman and feuded with The Bushwhackers for most of their WWF career.
Steven Dunn was also an entrant in the 1995 Royal Rumble match, just like his Tag Team partner Timothy Well.
† REST IN PEACE STEVEN DUNN
December 9, 1960 – March 22, 2009