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Charlotte Flair: Fans rip into her new nickname on WWE SmackDown

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In a surprising turn of events, Charlotte Flair, one of the most celebrated wrestlers in professional wrestling history, received a new nickname on WWE SmackDown that has sent shockwaves through the wrestling community.

The second-generation superstar, known for her dominance in the ring, was suddenly dubbed “The Alpha Female of WWE.”’‹

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WWE’s Megastar: Charlotte Flair

Renowned as ‘The Queen’, Charlotte Flair has remained a prominent figure in the wrestling world. With fourteen title victories under her belt, Flair is closing the gap on the world title reign record of sixteen, currently held by Ric Flair and John Cena.

Despite the backlash from fans, the WWE continues to lavish the megastar treatment upon her, always ensuring her presence in the title picture’‹.

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Controversy Over New Nickname

The introduction of her new nickname, “The Alpha Female of WWE”, triggered uproarious reactions from the internet wrestling community.

Many fans expressed their displeasure, criticising the company for its seeming bias towards the 14-time women’s champion.

The WWE’s decision to bestow such a powerful moniker on Flair has indeed struck a nerve, resulting in a flurry of criticism and memes online’‹.

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Flair’s Journey and Controversial Returns

Flair’s journey in the WWE has been nothing short of extraordinary. Her exceptional skills and fierce determination have earned her a privileged position within the company.

However, it’s not just her victories that have drawn attention, but also her returns from hiatus.

Twice now, Flair has reappeared and immediately pursued the gold, stirring up controversy among fans and fellow wrestlers alike.

Her most recent return saw her challenge Asuka for the WWE Women’s Championship, creating tension with Bianca Belair and Adam Pearce, who had previously promised Belair a rematch opportunity’‹.

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