The Queen, Charlotte Flair, has won a total of 14 singles championships within her career and refers to herself as the most decorated women’s wrestler of all time. The grand slam champion went on to win the 2020 Women’s Royal Rumble and is one of only two women to hold the NXT Women’s Championship on two occasions.
So, what’s next for The Queen as she returns to the blue brand? While we wait, here is my Top 5 Charlotte Flair matches of all time.
#5 – Charlotte Flair vs. Natalya / NXT Takeover (2014)
This match takes us back to the beginning days of NXT. These women have their sights on one thing and one thing only: becoming the new NXT Women’s Champion. Spoiler: The Queen did just that.
#4 – Charlotte Flair vs. Sasha Banks vs. Becky Lynch / WrestleMania 32
Charlotte comes in as the last WWE Diva’s Champion and leaves the first WWE Raw Women’s Champion. However, that task did not come easy for The Queen as she faces longtime friends and half of the four horsewomen, Sasha Banks and Becky Lynch.
#3 – Charlotte Flair vs. Becky Lynch / Women’s Evolution
The rivalry between Flair and Lynch lands them in a Last Woman Standing match at the first ever WWE all-women’s pay-per-view. This match gives WrestleMania main event feelings and foreshades the next chapter for The Man and The Queen.
#2 – Charlotte Flair vs. Sasha Banks / Hell in a Cell
In this monumental moment, The Boss and The Queen become the first women to step inside Hell in a Cell. This is also the first time women main event the pay-per-view for WWE. You can feel the electricity moving through the arena as soon as the bell rings. These women broke barriers in the WWE and continue to push the importance of exposure when it comes to women’s wrestling and programming.
#1 – Charlotte Flair vs. Asuka / WrestleMania 34
Ending the streak of Asuka, Flair proves that anyone who plans to enter the division must go through The Queen first. This match causes quite an uproar and mixed emotions from the crowd and within the WWE Universe. After the match, the two competitors hug it out and Asuka says she is happy that it is Charlotte that ends the streak.
Be sure to catch more Top 5 matches of your favorite women wrestlers later this month! To see each match in full, check out the WWE Network exclusively on Peacock.