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Charlotte Flair has a heartfelt message for fans, friends, and colleagues ahead of tonight’s WWE WrestleMania

Ahead of her big match tonight at WWE WrestleMania against NXT Women’s Champion Rhea Ripley, Charlotte Flair had a message for everyone on what WrestleMania at the Performance Center means to her.

She wrote to the following:

“When I think of WrestleMania, I think of my whole family sitting front row to watch my Dad wrestle his last WWE Retirement match in front of 80,000 people at the Citrus Bowl in Orlando, Florida. Tears ran from all of our faces as we watched my Dad embrace the moment and the fans. As I watched my Dad walk back up the aisle closing the last chapter of his Legacy, I wondered what it was like to carry out dreams and find a passion you sacrifice and dedicate for- like my Dad did.

That was March 30, 2008.

I started at NXT July 2012; scared of my own shadow. I had no idea how much my life was about to change. I had no prior wrestling experience or knowledge about the business. I am NXT HomeGrown and today, being able to make History with Rhea Ripley when she defends he NXT Women’s Championship for the first time at WrestleMania. It’s not just another accolade- it’s being able to come full circle and fight for the title in NXT where my path was forged- it means everything to me. I was the very first class out of the Performance Center and to see what it has grown into fills me with pride. From the bottom of my heart, thank you all (friends, family, colleagues) for being on this journey with me.”

As noted earlier, you can expect everyone to put on a good show, despite the circumstances. The word backstage at the WrestleMania tapings was that there was no resentment once wrestlers got to the Performance Center and the wrestlers did everything possible to salvage the show. Click here for more backstage WrestleMania news.


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