Charlotte Flair: "I've never had serious injuries in WWE for superior genetics"



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Charlotte Flair: "I've never had serious injuries in WWE for superior genetics"

One of the most famous and most successful WWE female athletes of the last 10 years of the company, is certainly the daughter of the two-time WWE Hall of Famer Ric Flair, Charlotte, who currently holds the role of Smackdown Women's Champion and who will soon be called to Wrestlemania 38 to defend her belt from the attack of Ronda Rousey, fresh winner of the women's Royal Rumble, on her return after more than two years of hiatus.

After stopping to try to start a family, with the Baddest Woman on the Planet who managed to give birth to her first daughter with her husband Travis Browne, Ronda returned to the most famous rings in the world of pro-wrestling, immediately going to challenge the WWE number one, with the company's Queen willingly accepting the challenge, immediately going to put things on a personal level, as only a Flair could.

In her last interview, Charlotte also wanted to talk about her physical health, with the athlete who has always managed to avoid major injuries in her career, never staying out of the scene for many months, as happened with many other colleagues, struggling with fractures, tendon lacerations and more.

Speaking about this matter on WFAN's microphones in New York, Charlotte Flair said: "I'm genetically superior. I've never hurt myself. Only my heart when I lost. I took that into account, but when you always take care of yourself, whether it's in the gym or for nutrition and when you sleep the right amount of time or do something alone at home, it all keeps you in the game for a long time.

I've been lucky since 2015, never to have big injuries. I took some really big hits and also some very hard bumps but none of that - I never broke any bones. I've never heard my dad complain, not even once. Never. I have never heard him say 'I need an Advil or Tylenol' or 'Oh, my back' If she had been in pain, she would never have said anything."