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Charlotte Flair‘s accolades are impressive and she hopes to add to her log of achievements now that she’s on SmackDown. USA Today’s For the Win column caught up with the Queen as she focuses her eyes on conquering the SmackDown Women’s division.
On moving to SmackDown:
“I am looking at it as a new opportunity to see what I can do with a different brand and try to capture the Smackdown Live women’s championship. I think it’s going to be fresh and fun and I can’t wait to see where it goes.”
“I’m looking forward to facing Becky [Lynch] again. I feel as if we never finished our rivalry, considering my dad helped me win in Dallas at WrestleMania. I’ve never had a competitive one-on-one singles match with Naomi, and I think she’ll be my target. I think being able to showcase my athleticism vs. Naomi will be an intriguing matchup. Plus, facing Natalya again and Tamina and I’ve never faced Carmella.”
On developing herself on Raw:
“I like to add evil in front of queen. More people are catching on to the queen character, which is great for me. People caught on to the ‘Second Nature,’ Ric Flair’s daughter, second generation character. But having a different title with ‘The Queen’ separates me from ‘Second Nature’ and being Flair’s daughter. This allows me to have my own persona.”
On how she views the Land of Opportunity:
“In terms of the new challenges on a completely different brand, I’m looking forward to where this group of women can take the SmackDown Live women’s title. I’ve never held the Smackdown women’s title. The competitiveness and eagerness would be with me whether I stayed on RAW or not, but I’m looking forward to challenging myself with this group of women.”
During the interview she also discusses her last match with Nia Jax, having her WrestleMania moment, the inspiration behind her attires, and more.
What do you think of this interview? Are you excited to see Charlotte on SmackDown? What would you like to see her do? Sound off in the comments below.