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Will Charlotte Flair Leave WWE To Join Andrade El Idolo In AEW?

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• Will Charlotte Flair Leave WWE To Join Andrade El Idolo In AEW?

During a recent appearance on former WWE announcer Renee Young’s ‘Oral Sessions’ podcast, Old School WCW/WWF Legend Ric Flair claimed that his daughter Charlotte Flair will never leave WWE.

By saying that, he addressed the rumors of her joining (her fiancé) Andrade El Idolo (and soon probably Ric himself too) in Tony Khan’s All Elite Wrestling.

Here’s what The Nature Boy had to say:

“Everybody wants to start some sh*t that didn’t exist. Ashley (Charlotte’s real name) would never leave there. She’s the happiest she’s ever been, and obviously they’re not mad at me [otherwise Charlotte wouldn’t have won her 12th Women’s Title]…I was so excited. I didn’t know. I was so excited for her, and it’s the first one I missed.”

Ric recently appeared at the NWA 73 PPV and said he no longer wants Randy Orton to break his record of 16 World Titles, and rather wants Charlotte to break it.

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• Old School Wrestling Veteran Would Have Celebrated His Birthday

Today would have been the 59th birthday of Old School Wrestling Veteran Tracy Smothers.

Tracy Smothers worked for pretty much all major promotions such as Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling (1990-1992), Jim Cornette’s Smoky Mountain Wrestling (1992-1995), the World Wrestling Federation (1996-1997 & 1999) and Paul Heyman’s Extreme Championship Wrestling (1997-2000).

During his time in the WWF, he was originally known as “Freddie Joe Floyd”, before he returned for another short stint in 1999, where he wrestled under his real name.


September 2, 1962 – October 28, 2020

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