Ric Flair is thinking big when it comes to his daughter Charlotte Flair’s eventual return from major knee surgery.
On the December 8th episode of WWE SmackDown, Charlotte Flair faced longtime rival Asuka in a competitive match as usual. However, during the match, Charlotte took a tumble off the top rope to the apron and floor, which led to her suffering a serious knee injury.
Further testing revealed that Charlotte Flair suffered a torn ACL, MCL, and meniscus, which requires major surgery and a lengthy rehab that will probably put her out of action for most of 2024.
There is nobody in the world who is a bigger Charlotte Flair fan than her legendary father, the two-time WWE Hall of Famer Ric Flair. The father-son duo appeared on WWE television together for several years both as allies and even with Ric supporting other women against his daughter.
These days, Ric is a part of AEW along with Charlotte’s husband Andrade El Idolo, who Charlotte met in WWE.
Ric Flair Believes That Charlotte Flair’s Comeback Will Be “The Greatest Storyline Of All Time”
When it comes to Charlotte Flair’s comeback, Ric Flair isn’t shy about making a bold prediction as he revealed in a recent interview with Casual Conversations.
“She’s the best worker in the business. Man or woman. She can do stuff Rey Mysterio does. She is the best worker in the business, male or female. She never politics. In this horrible world of politics in the business, she doesn’t kiss anybody’s ass. She just gets better every day.”
“She’ll come back from this injury, it’s stressing her out because she hasn’t been hurt in a long time, but she’s so muscled up. She’ll come through the surgery, they’ll put some stem cells in her, she’ll come back, and it’ll be the greatest storyline of all time.”
“She and Bayley, IYO, Asuka. There are more people for her to wrestle. She has so much going on. I’m not knocking any of the other girls. Someone has to be the best, that’s just the way it is.”
Everybody at TJRWrestling wishes Charlotte Flair all the best in her comeback from major knee surgery.