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The Reason Charlotte Flair Was “Indefinitely Suspended” Following RAW

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WWE Superstar Charlotte Flair was ‘indefinitely suspended’ following this week’s episode of Monday Night RAW. Flair made her return to WWE following WrestleMania 37 and faced Asuka on the Monday night flagship show.

New WWE RAW Women’s Champion Rhea Ripley interrupted the match, distracting Charlotte and leading to Asuka gaining the victory. Following the match, Flair attacked WWE referee Eddie Orengo, causing her to be ‘fined’ (in storyline) by Adam Pearce $100,000.

It was also confirmed that Flair was now suspended from the company until further notice. The reason for this is reportedly that Charlotte Flair is getting dental work done, so this was a way to take her off of television for the time being. The report first came from Alex McCarthy on the Wrestling Daily podcast.

Charlotte Flair on Rhea Ripley

Charlotte Flair reacted to the storyline news on Twitter, playing up a potential feud with both Asuka and Rhea Ripley down the line on Monday Night RAW.

‘This whole thing sped past ridiculous, jumped over absurd and landed right on stupid” Flair wrote. “The top two wrestlers in WWE having a classic match on the flagship show, and for what? To be ruined by a petulant child with Road Warriors cosplay shoulder pads.’

‘They found one other thing as well: audacity” Flair continued. “The audacity to fine me. The audacity to physically remove me from MY RING and remove me from a building with MY NAME on the marquee. The fine? The suspension? Adam Pearce? All the same, a joke.’

It is not yet confirmed when Charlotte Flair will be returning to WWE television.

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