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WWE News: Charlotte Flair reveals that she has already broken one of her father's records 

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09 Dec 2018, 02:54 IST

Charlotte Flair has made more history in WWE
Charlotte Flair has made more history in WWE

What's the story?

Charlotte Flair has only been on the main roster for around three years and already she's broken a number of interesting records, and now she's looking to overtake her own father.

In case you didn't know...

Ric Flair is a two-time Hall of Famer and a former 16-time World Champion, who has had a huge impact on the wrestling business throughout his career.

Flair has since had a massive impact on his own daughter's career and helped her get her foot in the door when she was in NXT and when she began her first reign as Divas Champion. Charlotte hasn't needed her father over the past few years since the former Champion has allowed her own skills to speak for themselves, and she has become one of the most popular female wrestlers in the company.

The heart of the matter

Charlotte recently answered a fan's Tweet where she was asked about a fact that not all fans knew about her. She responded that she had more matches in WWE than her father. According to Cage Match, Charlotte Flair has already had 695 matches in WWE, whilst her own father only had 675 throughout his career.

Charlotte battles Asuka and Becky Lynch for the SmackDown Women's Championship at TLC next weekend a match where if she wins she will make history by becoming the first ever eight-time Women's Champion.

What's next?

Charlotte has broken a number of records in WWE and continues to make history at TLC when she competes in the first-ever women's TLC match, but The Queen doesn't look as though she is slowing down any time soon as the former Women's Champion continues to smash through those glass ceilings.


Do you think Charlotte Flair will win her eighth Women's Championship at TLC? Have your say in the comments section below...

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