In her latest interview, Charlotte Flair instead wanted to go against the grain, naming one of her most famous colleagues as the best ever of her era. In the interview released to the microphones of ToppsDigiCast's WinterCon, the Monday Night Raw athlete who will most likely go to challenge Asuka for the absolute title of the red show at Wrestlemania 37, Charlotte Flair, wanted to congratulate the Smackdown champion, after having ignited one of the best rivalries of recent years in WWE with her, saying: "I do not know.
Who is the best ever in the WWE women's division? Well I would say there may be one every year, can they have a new best ever? Now, I'd say Sasha Banks. She is definitely the best ever at the moment. From the appearances to the character, to the work in the matches and in the ring, he definitely paves the way for all the others."
Huge compliments for Sasha Banks, from an athlete who is equally elevated by many insiders and many fans to the best of always, with the daughter of the Nature Boy who can already boast dozens of awards and titles in her palmares, which other colleagues, past, present and future will hardly ever count in theirs.
Despite the recent controversy directed at Charlotte's address by Peyton Royce's mother, the athlete remains one of the symbolic faces of Raw and the entire WWE, which apparently wants to focus strongly on the Queen of she.
We usually see promos or segments in which WWE Superstars praise themselves, especially if we are talking about heel personalities, who then create speeches, dreams and future prospects for their career, only based on their technical skills or their skill.
in the ring. More difficult, however, we see wrestlers who praise colleagues, elevating only one to the best ever, especially if we are talking about current colleagues on the WWE roster and not someone who no longer works with the company and therefore turns out to be a legend of the past.
Maria: "Here's how WWE reacted when I announced I was pregnant"
In the podcast the former diva has spoken since their arrival in the federation: "Mike and I came aware that we were fighting an uphill battle.
Initially they were very interested in us and then things got questioned. We all thought that Mike would have a great experience, he had worked many times even outside the company with wrestlers like Sami Zayn, Bobby Lashley and the same Drew McIntyre or Jeff Hardy.
I remember Kevin Owens struggling for a long time to get us in the company and apologizing for how it turned out. I remember when I announced I was pregnant they took a step back, a step back from everything they wanted to do with us.
Before announcing that I was pregnant we made a great debut and then the following weeks it went like this, I don't know who we didn't like, but I know that in the end it is Vince who decides. Vince McMahon decides everything and sometimes I think back to all the wrestlers who entered the main roster and then disappeared, some were very talented but nothing changes."
Then Maria reveals: "When I was pregnant the WWE had a storyline in store for us where Mike and I always had to fight, I complained that he wasn't there and he eventually got tired of me and left me alone. In general I think Mike and I were appreciated on Raw, but we simply weren't liked by Vince McMahon."
It's not the first time that Maria Kanellis has attacked Vince McMahon and the WWE leaders in general: "While I can and must appreciate all the opportunities that Vince has given me in the past, as far as Vince McMahon is concerned I would really like him to learn to listen to the past.
In the past he has always worked, he created an industry from scratch, he reached and is now the pinnacle of professional wrestling, but at some point you have to show the world that you can change."