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5 incredible Charlotte Flair matches you need to watch

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Top 5 / Top 10
10 Nov 2019, 16:02 IST

#4 Charlotte Flair(c) vs Becky Lynch vs Sasha Banks (Triple threat WWE Women's Championship match)

The Queen entering WrestleMania 32
The Queen entering WrestleMania 32

At the WrestleMania 32 pre-show, Lita unveiled the brand new WWE Women's Championship and announced that Charlotte Flair's Divas Championship would be replaced with the new title following the triple threat match.

WWE's decision to accredit their female talents as legit performers instead of labeling them as 'divas' was welcomed by the fans worldwide. While the entire women's division deserves appreciation for making this possible, special mention goes to Charlotte Flair and the incredible matches that she had put up en route to WrestleMania.

At the grandest stage of sports entertainment, Flair defeated Becky Lynch and Sasha Banks to become the first-ever WWE Women's Champion and in the process, once again showed the WWE Universe why she is rightfully called The Queen.



#3 Charlotte Flair(c) vs Sasha Banks (RAW Women's Championship, Falls Count Anywhere match)

Falls Count Anywhere
Falls Count Anywhere

Following WrestleMania 32, Charlotte Flair and Sasha Banks engaged in numerous battles for the RAW Women's Championship. The women's division got to main event RAW, pay-per-views, wrestle in the first-ever women's Hell in a Cell match, and every time they had a match, they stole the show. In November 2016, The Legit Boss once again challenged for the title and this time, they wrestled in a Falls Count Anywhere match.

Despite the match happening in her hometown, Charlotte Flair couldn't put up a good show as the crowd was in full support of Sasha Banks. The match took place throughout the arena with both ladies attempting to tear each other apart.

In the end, Sasha Banks forced The Queen to tap out to the Bank Statement and won the RAW Women's Championship. Charlotte Flair lost the match but earned praises for setting a new benchmark for Falls Count Anywhere matches in WWE.



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