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Charlotte Flair Was Told To Leave Last Night, Andrade El Idolo’s Reaction

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• Charlotte Flair Was Told To Leave Last Night, Andrade El Idolo’s Reaction

As we all know by now, things got heated between Becky Lynch and Charlotte Flair last night after SmackDown.

According to talkSPORT, Charlotte didn’t want the Title switch:

“Charlotte didn’t want to look weak nor did she want her Title reign to look weak during the segment. She fought all day against the Title switch. In fact, it’s believed no one involved was happy about it.”

To prevent things from getting even more heated, Charlotte was told to leave while Becky was having her dark (untelevised) match after SmackDown.

Also Read: Reason Behind Charlotte Flair Having Heat With Becky Lynch

Here’s what Fightful Select reported:

“After the segment concluded, there was a shouting match backstage, and we’re told that Charlotte had stated that dropping the Title was accidental.

We were also told that Charlotte Flair was asked to leave the venue before Becky Lynch’s dark match concluded as to avoid further confrontation and let things cool off.”

Charlotte’s fiance, former WWE wrestler & current AEW wrestler Andrade El Idolo, tweeted the following regarding this situation:

“Fu…WWE !!!!!”

Also Read: Charlotte Flair Disrespected Vince McMahon After Last Night’s SmackDown

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• WWE HISTORY (October 23, 2005) – WWE Sunday Night HEAT

On this day in 2005, World Wrestling Federation aired an episode of their weekly TV show ‘WWE Sunday Night HEAT’.

This episode featured matches & storyline segments involving the WWE Monday Night RAW roster, on the road to the ‘WWE Taboo Tuesday 2005’ PPV.

The match-card can be found here:

– Val Venis & Viscera vs. Lance Cade & Trevor Murdoch

– Gene Snitsky vs. Rosey

– Rob Conway vs. Greg “The Hammer” Valentine

– Kerwin White (Chavo Guerrero Jr.) & Nick Nemeth (Dolph Ziggler) vs. Shelton Benjamin & Matt Striker

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