• Charlotte Flair On Who She Would Want Her Opponent To Be If She Was Headlining WrestleMania
During a recent interview with Planeta Wrestling, SmackDown Women’s Champion Charlotte Flair spoke on how she prepares to perform at WrestleMania, who she would want to face if she were in the main event at WrestleMania, Jim Ross calling her ‘the Hulk Hogan of women’s wrestling’ & more.
Below are the highlights:
On how she prepares to perform at WrestleMania:
“You really can’t prepare for that. I think it’s just as scary every year when you walk into WrestleMania, but I do know that it is the grandest stage of them all and you want to make the biggest impact and impression so right now, I am very focused. I’m only thinking about one thing and it’s almost overwhelming, I can’t explain it. The anticipation leading up to it. I just know that it’s going to be one of the biggest matches of my career.”
On who she would want to face if she was in the main event at WrestleMania:
“If this wasn’t the main event, me vs. Asuka, I would definitely say a Fatal 4-Way against the Four-Horsewomen.”
On Jim Ross calling her ‘the Hulk Hogan of Women’s Wrestling’:
“I guess I’m tall, blonde and tanned. It’s a very big compliment. It’s really nice for JR to say that about me.”
On if her father Ric Flair still gives her advice on her matches:
“Everyday. I’ve had a lot of success, but I still want to improve. I still want to grow as a performer, and there’s still so much left to be done. That is a matter of believing in myself and my dad as my biggest advocate continues to tell me every morning, to keep working hard. If I have my doubts, he is always there to lift me up.”
• Bullet Club Logo Not Changing After Fan Backlash
Cody Rhodes revealed a new logo for the Bullet Club, but the decision was reversed due to fan backlash:
Due to the overwhelming response to Cody's proposed logo change. Matt & Nick Jackson, with the support of the Bullet Club, have opted to NOT change the logo. pic.twitter.com/7J400yakp3
— OneHourTees (@OneHourTees) April 2, 2018
Ultimately I felt it was in the best interest of the Bullet Club and the fans, to maintain the current logo. I hope the viewers are pleased with my decision. https://t.co/IvPOn8alKr
— Cody Rhodes (@CodyRhodes) April 2, 2018
• WWF Legend Signs New Deal With WWE, Confirmed For A Big Match
While appearing at the New York Stock Exchange to ring the “Opening Bell” for WrestleMania 34 week, Old School WWF Legend The Big Show announced that he has signed a new multi-year deal with WWE.
With that being said, WWE has confirmed The Big Show as an entrant in the first ever 50 man Royal Rumble match at the Greatest Royal Rumble event in Saudi Arabia on April 27.