Charlotte Flair has been in the news recently for her absence from WWE TV and WWE removing her from the WrestleMania 37 poster. While there were rumors of heat between her and WWE, Flair took to Twitter to reveal that she has tested positive for COVID-19 and is resting at home. With less than three weeks to go for WrestleMania 37, this announcement raised concerns over whether The Queen will miss The Show of Shows this year.
Now, Charlotte Flair's father and two-time WWE Hall of Famer Ric Flair has tweeted the following, wishing his daughter a speedy recovery. With him writing "WrestleMania will not be the same without The Queen", Ric Flair has seemingly also confirmed that Charlotte Flair will be missing WrestleMania.
Praying For A Speedy Recovery! You’ve Set The Bar So High. WrestleMania Will Not Be The Same Without The Queen! @MsCharlotteWWE
Charlotte Flair was rumored to challenge Asuka at WrestleMania 37
A few weeks ago, Charlotte Flair made her intentions clear to come after the RAW Women's Championship, currently held by Asuka. However, on the RAW after WWE Fastlane, Rhea Ripley made her debut and challenged Asuka for a match at WrestleMania 37 which the champion accepted, making the match official.
Charlotte Flair missing WrestleMania will be a massive blow for WWE. However, there are still a couple of weeks to go for the show, so anything can happen.