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Charlotte Flair reacts to fans wanting AEW crossover super bout

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WWE Superstar and new RAW Women’s Champion Charlotte Flair recently spoke to Oral Session’s host Renee Paquette as part of a pre-SummerSlam panel.

The Queen of WWE answered several questions during the interview, including having All Elite Wrestling spring up as potential serious competition for the company.

‘Competition breeds competition. If there’s no one out there to go up against, it’s kind of like, what are we fighting for,’ Charlotte Flair began, discussing the important of competition.

‘No, you want to fight to be number one. So, to me, the better they do, the better we do. The better we do, the better they do” Flair added.

Charlotte Flair on AEW crossover match

‘No one should want anyone to fail. No one should talk down [to each other]” Flair noted. “I mean, every company is different. To me, I’m going to say we are the best women’s division, and there’s only one Queen in wrestling. So, I challenge anybody else in the world; if you think you’re better, try me!’

Fans then began chanting “D.M.D” at Charlotte Flair, referring to the AEW Women’s Champion Dr Britt Baker. Flair responded to the chants, saying ‘The people have spoken!’

Here is what AEW have in store for this week’s episode of AEW Dynamite, which airs tonight on TNT Network in the United States and on FITE TV in Europe and the United Kingdom:

  • CM Punk makes his first appearance on AEW Dynamite.
  • ‘Varsity Blonds’ Brian Pillman Jr. and Griff Garrison vs. ‘The Lucha Brothers’ Penta El Zero Mideo and Rey Fenix in an AEW Tag Title Eliminator tournament match.
  • Jamie Hayter vs. Red Velvet.
  • Orange Cassidy vs. Matt Hardy.
  • Malakai Black vs. Brock Anderson.
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