Charlotte Flair Wants To Do Things Outside WWE

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Charlotte Flair really enjoys being a WWE superstar as she continues to build her legacy, but she also has aspirations of doing things outside of WWE.

When she joined the WWE main roster in the summer of 2015, Charlotte Flair was in the spotlight. Eight years later, it feels like the spotlight on Charlotte is brighter than ever as she heads into another title defense at a WrestleMania.

This past Friday on Smackdown, that this is her seventh WrestleMania while adding she’s either been the champion or the challenger for every match she’s had at WWE’s biggest event of the year.

Smackdown saw Flair exchange words with her WrestleMania 39 opponent, the Women’s Royal Rumble winner Rhea Ripley. It was during that promo when Ripley said that she was going to make Flair fear her the way that everybody else fears Ripley…except Flair. They ended up having a chaotic brawl around the ringside area that led to dozens of people showing up to try to break it up.

During an interview with Jim Varsallone of the Miami Herald, Charlotte Flair spoke about how she wants to do things outside of WWE, but she’s still determined to be the best in WWE.

“I definitely want to do things outside of WWE, but it’s a matter of when that will happen for me. Very early on in my career, I did do Psych The Movie. I also did Punky Brewster. I’ve had these opportunities. I would really love a bigger role and a bigger movie, but when that happens, it will happen.”

“I’m trying not to put so much pressure on, ‘I have to do this, I have to do that’ because, at the same time, I want to be the very best superstar in WWE. I know I want to be the best in whatever I do, so it’s just when all these things come to me at the right time. I know this sounds cliche, but it’s just patience. What my transition looks like will be unique and special to Charlotte Flair.”

WrestleMania goes Hollywood for a special two-night Premium Live Event, Saturday, April 1, and Sunday, April 2, at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT, streaming live on Peacock in the United States and on WWE Network everywhere else.

H/T Fightful