The decision to have Charlotte drop the belt reportedly came before she told the company about her plans to take a break. Flair is said to have told people backstage she’ll be doing some traveling with her husband, AEW’s Andrade El Idolo. It’s unclear how long Flair’s break will be.
Speaking with ESPN ahead of WrestleMania 39 in Los Angeles, Flair expressed her interest in doing a bodybuilding competition and noted that she was thinking about doing it in the summer of 2023.
Charlotte Flair began her wrestling career in 2012 after signing a contract with WWE. She trained at the WWE Performance Center and made her debut on the main roster in July 2015. Since then, she has been one of the most dominant female wrestlers in WWE history, winning numerous titles and accolades.
Throughout her career, Charlotte Flair has been a multiple-time Women’s Champion, holding the title a record-breaking 14 times. She has also won the NXT Women’s Championship, the Raw Women’s Championship, and the SmackDown Women’s Championship, becoming the first woman to hold all four titles.