Charlotte Flair says Ric Flair is ‘always crying’ about her WrestleMania success: ‘I’m carrying his legacy’

The name “Ric Flair” conjures memories of extravagant robes, dynamic entrance music, world championships, leg locks and, certainly, “Wooos” for more than one generation of fans. Thanks to Charlotte Flair, his daughter, the same memories will live on with the next generation.

Charlotte is among the most accomplished WWE superstars, capturing 13 women’s world championships, two NXT women’s championships and winning the 2020 Royal Rumble, among other accolades. She is quickly gaining on Ric’s once record-setting 16 world title reigns, one many expect Charlotte to eventually eclipse. According to Charlotte, who will defend her world title at WrestleMania, her success in sports entertainment has deep sentimental value to “The Nature Boy.”

“Oh my gosh, he is always crying,” Flair told CBS Sports. “That’s what it means. Always crying. Oh. You know, I’m his kid. I’m carrying his legacy. I can’t imagine what that feels like for a parent.”

“My dad never main-evented WrestleMania,” she said when asked to compare and contrast their careers. “In ways I want to be like my dad. I wish I had like a quarter of his charisma… He is so unapologetically him and he was from an early age. I’m just now starting to figure that out in myself. He never shied away from who he was.”

Check out the full interview with Charlotte Flair below.

Charlotte waves the Flair banner with immense pride, but locking up Figure Eight leglocks was never how she expected to continue her father’s legacy.

“I didn’t grow up a WWE fan. I didn’t grow up a wrestling fan,” she said. “Everyone just assumes because my dad is who he is. I didn’t get in the business until super late. It’s more just about respect. Like when I had my match against Trish at SummerSlam, it wasn’t the inner child in me, it was more what Trish meant to the business, and she came back to want to wrestle me, so I have to live up to her expectation. So it’s never like a little kid moment. It’s more like these moments that cause pressure.

“My dad was my role model. My dad’s a wrestler. So my moments that I’ve learned to have my inner child are through the relationships and the bonding I’ve made with the talent and what they have shared with me.”

Charlotte has only ever competed under the WWE banner, but she actually made her professional wrestling debut for World Championship Wrestling (WCW) at 14-years old. You just have to remind her of that fact.

“I’m going to give you the most honest answer that you’re not going to believe. Sometimes I forget that all that stuff happened,” Flair said. “I have to be reminded because I played sports my whole life. That was my focus. I was a gymnast from the moment I could walk, then basketball, volleyball, diving, all-star cheerleading. I ended up going to college on a volleyball scholarship. That was just always around. 

“Even if you look at Starrcade, you see me, both my brothers and my sister from a young age. It was always around… When I put on Russo in handcuffs, I had to be reminded of that recently. Or when we took a jet. My dad did something in like Atlanta and we stood in the ring or something, I can’t remember. My dad, my uncle Arn [Anderson]. I don’t remember who was there. I think it was the Four Horsemen. It was some kind of angle. Those little moments, I think because it happened so much and I didn’t really have to do anything except standing there. I didn’t really think about it.” 

Flair will defend her SmackDown Women’s championship against former UFC women’s bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey in a pivotal match on night one of WrestleMania 38. Flair vs. Rousey is currently scheduled to close out the wrestling portion of Night 1, taking place inside AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas on Saturday, April 2. Rousey has had a contentious relationship with WWE’s vocal portion of fans in the past. Flair argues that segment of the audience should not dismiss how well Rousey has done in her young WWE career.

“I didn’t know fans saw her in the wrong way. What percentage of people really say that,” Flair said. “If I listen to what people said about me, oof, I wouldn’t be here today. First of all, I’m facing Ronda next week. Don’t take this as I’m going to bat for her. I’m just saying, you can’t knock someone who did something in one year that takes many years and years and years to learn or to grasp. And she did a pretty damn good job in one year. It’s just easier to be negative.”


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WWE celebrates 20 years of John Cena; Riddle, Becky Lynch qualify for Money in the Bank-Sports News , Firstpost

John Cena was the star attraction and theme for WWE Raw in Texas on Monday night as the wrestler completed 20 years in the business.

John Cena made his debut in the WWE 20 years ago. Image: WWE

On Monday night, WWE Raw celebrated 20 years of John Cena. 20 years since Cena made his debut for the promotion. It dominated most of the show with former and current WWE stars, including Vince McMahon, paying tribute to the legendary wrestler.

Amid multiple video packages and highlights of his storied career, Cena was also disrespected by Austin Theory while he chatted with Ezekiel. As Cena advised Ezekiel not to forget who he was, Theory interrupted and said his own success as a 24-year-old was more than what Cena had achieved in 20 years in the business. Not paying heed to this bait, Cena walked off leaving Theory fuming.

Later in the show, McMahon introduced Cena to the ring and he walked past a row of WWE locker room members standing up and applauding him.

In a fairly long promo, Cena talked about how the WWE fans have made him a better person and that nothing he does is just about him, “it’s about us.”

Theory wasn’t part of the group of WWE wrestlers who gave Cena an ovation which suggests a match could be on the cards between the two.

Elsewhere on WWE Raw, final push for the Money in the Bank premium live event continued with Riddle and Becky Lynch grabbing the final spots in men’s and women’s ladder matches.

Plenty of superstars made the final surge in the Last Chance Battle Royal with a spot in the Money in the Bank Ladder Match on the line. The 20-man list included Rey Mysterio, Dominik Mysterio, Shinsuke Nakamura, AJ Styles, The Miz, Veer Mahaan and Riddle.

Ricochet accounted for the elimination of T-BAR. The Miz acted his way to sending AJ Styles out. That brought the field down to two – The Miz and Riddle. The Original Bro hit an RKO to The A-Lister, eliminating The Miz and earning a spot in the coveted match.

In the women’s match, Becky Lynch had to go through Doudrop, Nikki A.S.H.,Tamina, Xia Li and Shayna Baszler to grab her place in the Money in the Bank Ladder Match.

Lynch got rid of Li and Nikki A.S.H. with a Manhandle Slam and the Dis-arm-her respectively. She secured the win by delivering a Super Manhandle Slam on Doudrop to not just end her losing streak but also bag a golden ticket.

WWE Raw Results:

Riddle wins, last eliminating the Miz to qualify for the Money in the Bank ladder match

Montez Ford def. Jey Uso, earns the right to choose the stipulation for their title match at Money in the Bank

AJ Styles def. The Miz

Liv Morgan def. Alexa Bliss

Bobby Lashley def. Chad Gable & Otis Dozovic in a handicapped match

Becky Lynch wins, last eliminating Doudrop to qualify for Money in the Bank Ladder Match

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Mickie James Returning To The Ring At Against All Odds

Mickie James will be returning to the ring at Against All Odds as she is set to do battle alongside Mia Yim in tag team action. They will be facing Deonna Purrazzo and Chelsea Green. The event takes place on July 1.

James has not wrestled since April 2 at the Multiverse of Matches event.

James has had a lot of history with Purrazzo and Green during her current run with IMPACT! Her long battle with Purrazzo over the Knockouts World Championship culminated to 2021 Bound for Glory where James became a four-time champion. As for Green, she turned on her friendship with James just a few months ago.

After being the Special Guest Enforcer at Queen of the Mountain, tensions have continued between James and Purrazzo/Green. She came rushing to the ring during the June 23 episode of IMPACT! to save Yim during her match with Green.

This is the second Knockouts match confirmed for Against All Odds as a rematch is set to take place between Tasha Steelz and Knockouts World Champion Jordynne Grace.

Gisele Shaw is set to take on Rosemary on this week’s IMPACT! on June 30. If she wins she will assist The Influence in a possible rematch for the Knockouts World Tag Team Titles against Taya Valkyrie and Rosemary. Madison Rayne suffered an injury at Slammiversary, so Shaw joining The Influence could benefit the team.

Check back in with Diva Dirt for more news and results from the Knockouts of IMPACT!


Road Dogg Gives Advice To Jeff Hardy Following Latest DUI

Jeff Hardy was arrested on June 13 for a DUI, marking the third time he’s been arrested for driving under the influence in 10 years. “The Charismatic Enigma” has had countless issues with substance abuse over the years, taking those issues with him from company to company.

His latest boss, AEW President Tony Khan, was added to the list of people to discipline Jeff for his behavior, suspending him without pay until he’s able to successfully recover from said issues.

Many people have publicly made comments about Jeff since the arrest was made, with WWE Hall of Famer Booker T stating that he doesn’t want Hardy back in a wrestling ring, but regardless, people can’t give up on the legendary performer. Road Dogg Jesse James joined in on the conversation during the latest episode of the “Oh You Didn’t Know? Podcast.

“People believe in second chances. America was built on second chances, WWE was dang sure built on second chances, and the fact is that Jeff deserves one,” Road Dogg said. “He’s been living hard and it’s time to stop now. He has to be ready and willing to do whatever it takes to stop living that way.

With a history of substance abuse himself, James provided some advice to Jeff on his journey through recovery.

“I didn’t know living a different way was a possibility for me,” James said. “I thought, and I say this all the time, I didn’t care which handful of pills killed me and I was wondering which one was going to do it and when. Living crazy like that, you don’t have to live like that ever again and it’s okay. I hope he realizes that now, but it’s not easy, it’s not easy to get off that vicious merry-go-round man. You’ve got to reach out and somebody’s got to pull you off kind of, that’s maybe where we’re at right now. Praying for him for sure, first and foremost. I can’t do anything for him but pray for him.”

Jeff’s brother Matt has since commented on the situation revolving around his brother, stating that Jeff is embarrassed and remorseful about this latest issue. Unfortunately for Matt, this puts him in a very tough position in AEW without his tag team partner on the roster, but Matt did state he and Tony Khan have had talks about what’s next for him as a singles wrestler.

It’s unclear what the future will hold for Jeff inside an AEW or wrestling ring in general, but the most important date on his mind will have to be July 5th, when his hearing for several charges takes place in court.

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AEW Double or Nothing 2022 predictions, card, matches, start time, PPV preview, location, date

AEW is set for its next PPV endeavor. The promotion, which only hosts a few of these events per year, heads to Las Vegas on Sunday night for Double or Nothing with a cavalcade of matches in tow to get fans amped up.

Fan favorite CM Punk looks to score his biggest moment since returning from retirement when he challenges “Hangman” Adam Page for the AEW world championship. Punk has not held a world title since 2013. Plus, the women’s championship will also be on the line as Thunder Rosa defends her title against Serena Deeb.

That is only two of the four championship matches on the card to go along with the two Owen Hart Memorial Cup finals matches and a host of other intriguing matchups. Plus, some extra attention will be on MJF after he allegedly did not show up to a fan event in the week leading up to the PPV. He’s expected to face Wardlow in one of the marquee events of the evening.

The action goes down with the main card starting at 8 p.m. ET from T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.

Let’s take a look at the CBS Sports expert picks for all the action set to go down on Sunday.

2022 AEW Double or Nothing predictions

AEW World Championship — “Hangman” Adam Page (c) vs. CM Punk

Page’s rise to the top of AEW was one of the best stories told in professional wrestling in the modern era, if not longer. Similarly, Punk’s return to wrestling is one of the era’s most iconic moments. The thing is, Punk does not need to be world champion. He’s rock-solid as a superstar until he decides to hang up his boots once again. Yes, Punk winning would be a moment and his reign may be spectacular, but there is no end to the things you can do with Punk with or without the belt. Page should retain here as things build to a transition in the future. A big positive in this match is that neither outcome is bad, even if Page’s run with the title has been less spectacular than his run to capture it. Pick: Adam Page retains the title — Brent Brookhouse (also Shakiel Mahjouri)

MJF vs. Wardlow

Given the stipulation here, wherein a Wardlow loss means he can “never sign an AEW contract,” it’s hard to imagine MJF winning the match. Sure, sometimes a promotion throws a curveball in the moment and they can always work their way around a stipulation down the road. Wardlow just has too much momentum and fans are too rabid to see him get his big moment, putting MJF down and becoming truly free. It’s the right payoff and AEW hasn’t made too many big missteps in these moments. Pick: Wardlow wins — Brookhouse (also Mahjouri)

Adam Cole vs. Samoa Joe (Men’s Owen Hart Cup Finals)

Cole is arguably the surest result of all the men’s matches at Double or Nothing. Positioned as a main player since his AEW debut last year, Cole makes a supremely credible winner of the inaugural men’s Owen Hart Cup. Following two decisive losses to Page, Cole needs something to hang his hat on as he inevitably crosses paths with Omega. Plus, the idea of this Shawn Michaels-inspired bad guy winning a tournament dedicated to a member of the Hart family is wickedly delightful. Pick: Adam Cole wins — Mahjouri (also Brookhouse)

The Hardys vs. The Young Bucks

AEW is in a tricky place with its influx of talent. Double or Nothing features a lot of superstars who were under the WWE banner in the last two years. As a consequence, the promotion must be mindful to have enough of their original AEW talent come out ahead. Fortunately, the Bucks seem like an obvious choice here. The Hardys are a timeless act fueled by nostalgia and enduring fandom. They can take losses and recoup their staying power. Matt and Jeff are still capable of putting on good matches, but they have naturally slowed down. The Bucks could also benefit from a momentum boost. Matt and Nick Jackson should have their hands raised in this past vs. present dream match. Pick: The Young Bucks win — Mahjouri (also Brookhouse)

AEW Tag Team Championship — Jungle Boy & Luchasaurus (c) vs. Team Taz vs. Keith Lee & Swerve Strickland

One of the best things about AEW PPVs is that it is often hard to pick a winner with supreme confidence. Jungle Boy and Luchasaurus are the home-grown tag team of AEW. Ricky Starks and Powerhouse Hobbs both can expect big things in their future. Keith Lee and Swerve Strickland are two of the more head-scratching releases by WWE and have found natural chemistry as a tag team to accompany their individual skills. Jungle Express’ tag team title reign has failed to register as much as fans had hoped. Fortunately, they have a lot of time left and may benefit from a chance to regroup. Lee, in particular, and Strickland are earmarked for big solo runs but could use something to do while the busy main event picture settles. I don’t expect Jungle Express and Hangman Page to both lose their titles, so the outcome of this match may have indirect implications on the main event. Pick: Keith Lee & Swerve Strickland win the titles — Mahjouri

This is a tricky match to pick, for sure. Lee and Strickland as champs would feel like something of a “stay busy” situation. Powerhouse Hobbs and Ricky Starks are wonderful as Team Taz, but this feels like a situation where Jungle Boy and Luchasaurus can hang onto the belts for a little bit longer while AEW looks for the right moment to have Jungle Boy go on a true run as a big singles star. Pick: Jungle Boy & Luchasaurus retain the titles — Brookhouse

House of Black vs. Death Triangle

Let me preface this by saying that PAC is my absolute favorite wrestler on the planet and he would make a fantastic champion. Intensity, technical ability and microphone skills, he has it all. Now, House of Black is in desperate need of an image fix. Malakai Black was among the most intriguing things on AEW programming when he debuted. Brody King and Buddy Matthews each bring something meaty to the table. AEW’s decision to book them in unnecessarily competitive matches and a sloppy, unresolved storyline with the Varsity Blondes has halted their momentum. Give House of Black the win and move Black onto a meaningful singles program with Murphy and King flanking him. Then begin repairs on Death Triangle, which has been a victim of injuries and travel issues. AEW President Tony Khan is holding off on introducing a trios championship until Kenny Omega returns. When that happens, use a trios title tournament as a platform to elevate PAC, Penta Oscuro and Rey Fenix. Pick: House of Black wins — Mahjouri (also Brookhouse)

Jericho Appreciation Society vs. Blackpool Combat Club, Eddie Kingston, Santana & Ortiz (Anarchy in the Arena)

It’s hard to think of a cooler group than Bryan Danielson, Jon Moxley, Eddie Kingston, Santana and Ortiz. That is a blend of every kind of wrestling you could want going up against Chris Jericho and his bunch of misfits. Jericho is doing a really great job of ending his career by raising others up, that includes those in the Jericho Appreciation Society. Still, his group can afford the loss with much less damage than the other side. This should be an easy call. Pick: Blackpool Combat Club, Eddie Kingston, Santana & Ortiz win — Brookhouse (also Mahjouri)

AEW Women’s World Championship — Thunder Rosa (c) vs. Serena Deeb

This should make for a solid match, but one where there isn’t much doubt as to a winner. Rosa was meticulously built up to the point where she could be world champion. That run ending here would not make much sense, even as Deeb is an outstanding talent. Deeb’s day will come. It will not come this weekend. Pick: Thunder Rosa retains the title — Brookhouse (also Mahjouri)

AEW TBS Championship — Jade Cargill (c) vs. Anna Jay

Similar to the women’s world title match, you have a champion who has no business losing in this spot. Cargill’s build as an unstoppable force ending at the hands of Jay would be a massive misstep. There’s not much analysis needed here. When Cargill loses the TBS title, it’s going to be a big moment and this isn’t that spot. Pick: Jade Cargill retains the title — Brookhouse (also Mahjouri)

Hookhausen vs. Tony Nese & Mark Sterling

Consider me among the few who think AEW rushed the Hookhausen alliance. The fan appetite for their odd couple union was feverish and the company could have milked this miniature version of the Rock ‘n’ Sock Connection for weeks. Kudos to AEW for promoting Tony Nese as a serious threat in the promotion’s lower midcard ranks, but it would really start the night off on a sour mood if cult heroes Hook and Danhausen lost. Expect Hookhausen to maul Mark Sterling for the victory, giving Nese a scapegoat in the process. Hook and Danhausen are as fan-friendly a team as you can create. Hook has proven to have real talent beyond being the “Send Hook” meme and Danhausen is, well, Danhausen. Pick: Hookhausen wins — Mahjouri (also Brookhouse)

Dr. Britt Baker, D.M.D. vs. Ruby Soho or Kris Statlander (Women’s Owen Hart Cup Finals)

We will update the post with our prediction for this match after Soho and Statlander meet on AEW Rampage this Friday night to determine the finalist opposite Baker.


NXT Level Up results: June 24, 2022

Quincy Elliott def. Bryson Montana

Quincy Elliott vs. Bryson Montana: NXT Level Up, June 24, 2022

The one-of a-kind Quincy Elliott tangles with the outspoken Bryson Montana in a clash that brings the WWE Universe to a fever pitch. Watch WWE action on Peacock, WWE Network, FOX, USA Network, Sony India and more.

You need to be ready to back up your words when you proclaim, “Forget about creating the moment. I am the moment.”

Those were the sentiments shared by Quincy Elliott prior to his clash with the equally brash Bryson Montana, who enjoyed a pre-match flexing session before claiming the upper hand on his much larger adversary by taking him down with a stiff clothesline and a series of clubbing blows to the back.

A resilient Eliott fired back with a flying reverse elbow to the jaw and a unique swinging splash from the middle rope to earn his first career win.

Kiana James def. Brooklyn Barlow

Brooklyn Barlow vs. Kiana James: NXT Level Up, June 24, 2022

In a clash between two high-upside competitors, Brooklyn Barlow and Kiana James each seek their first career win in a barnburner. Watch WWE action on Peacock, WWE Network, FOX, USA Network, Sony India and more.

Quincy Elliott wouldn’t be the only Superstar to claim their first win, as the energetic Brooklyn Barlow and the arrogant Kiana James locked horns while each seeking victory No. 1.

James, who left her desk job to pursue sports-entertainment superstardom, certainly wasn’t lacking in confidence, as she started the match with a test of strength while trash-talking her opponent. Moments later, she continued to berate Barlow after planting her with a picture-perfect body slam.

Barlow showed impressive athleticism by going sky high to nail James with a dropkick, but James recovered and sealed the victory by hoisting Barlow into the air and dropping her face-first into her knee.

Ikemen Jiro def. Ru Feng

Ikemen Jiro vs. Ru Feng: NXT Level Up, June 24, 2022

Two popular Superstars seek an important victory, as the ever-enthusiastic Ikemen Jiro collides with no-nonsense striker Ru Feng. Watch WWE action on Peacock, WWE Network, FOX, USA Network, Sony India and more.

Going 2-0 against an accomplished striker such as Ru Feng is no easy task, but the tie dye jacket-clad Ikemen Jiro passed with flying colors. Pun intended.

The no-nonsense Feng shrugged off Jiro’s early match antics, throwing him face-first into the canvas and stomping away at Jiro’s knee to slow the pace to his liking.

With the WWE Universe chanting his name, Jiro eventually got back on track, sending Feng flying across the ring with a monkey flip, landing a series of Jacket Punches and hitting a match-clinching Ikemen Slash.  


Wrestling Observer Radio: AEW X NJPW Forbidden Door preview, WWE ratings, injuries – WON/F4W

Dave Meltzer and I are back on an early Saturday edition of Wrestling Observer Radio talking all the latest news in this week’s Wrestling Observer Newsletter including stories on how Stephanie McMahon came to be interim CEO, AEW’s injury issues as well as the secrecy around injuries, and Jon Moxley’s interview with his wife, Renee Paquette.


Shotzi Qualifies For Money in the Bank Ladder Match

Shotzi is the latest woman to be added to the Money in the Bank Ladder Match which will be taking place on July 2 in Las Vegas, Nevada. She defeated Tamina to qualify on the June 24 episode of SmackDown.

Originally, Shotzi was booked to face her recent rival, Aliyah. However, right before SmackDown aired, it was confirmed that Aliyah was out of the match and replaced by Tamina. On air, it was said that Aliyah was injured but more detail wasn’t provided.

This also, believe it or not, marks Shotzi first singles victory on the main roster. She was called up around this time last year as a tag team with Tegan Nox. As a team, they strung together some victories, but this would be her first singles win.

Shotzi joins the list of names, Lacey Evans, Raquel Rodriguez, Alexa Bliss, Liv Morgan, and Asuka for MITB. The match will house a seventh woman that has yet to be determined.

Elsewhere on this week’s SmackDown, a second women’s match was a handicap bout between Sonya Deville vs. Lacey Evans & Raquel Rodriguez. Prior to the match, Deville approached Adam Pearce in his office. She spoke highly of her displeasure that she has had her chance to be put into Money in the Bank. Deville brings up names such as Rodriguez and Evans who either just got here or have been gone for a year and are placed in the match. Pearce then booked the handicap match.

Deville would be smart about her match and bring out back up. Xia Li and Shayna Baszler joined her. Despite Deville being the heel in this match, she did what she could to try to win including help from the outside. She would eventually catch a Woman’s Right by Evans and be pinned to take the L.

After the match, Li and Baszler quickly came in for the attack. In the end, it would be Evans and Rodriguez standing tall in the ring while the three retreated up the ramp.

Lastly, Natalya will be facing Ronda Rousey for the SmackDown Women’s Title at Money in the Bank. Well, this week she came out dressed as Rousey along with a baby stroller. After imitating Rousey for the first half of the segment in the best way Nattie knows how Rousey’s music would hit.

Rousey blamed Nattie for chasing unrealistic beauty standards and how she didn’t even “recognize” her at first because her rack wasn’t out. Rousey adds that the closest she will become to being a main event attraction is to dress up like her. Things then turned physical as Nattie used the baby stroller as a weapon before retreating up the ramp.

On next week’s SmackDown on the last stop before Money in the Bank…all the competitors who have qualified from both brands will be present.

Check back in with Diva Dirt for more news and results from the women of SmackDown and join us on July 2 for a Money in the Bank Discussion Post!


WINC Podcast (6/24): WWE SmackDown Review, AEW Rampage Review, Forbidden Door

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