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Charlotte Flair talks WrestleMania, wrestling in front of 100,000 people, having a chip on her shoulder



WWE SmackDown Women's Champion Charlotte Flair appeared on Barstool's "Rassling" show to promote WrestleMania 38.

During her interview, Charlotte was asked if she still feels like she has something to prove:

"It's that chip on my shoulder," she said. "I think when I try to explain that as a good guy, it totally turns people off.”

On her feelings about wrestling before 100,00 people::

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"I think for me, it's like my career's come full circle. WrestleMania 32, AT&T Stadium, the inaugural Raw Women's Champion, retired Divas Championship, and now back here main-eventing with Ronda Rousey. It's pretty surreal. At WrestleMania 32, I would have never imagined my career getting here. At 32, I was walking down the ramp thinking. 'Oh my God, don't fall. Do I look this way? Do I look that way? Do I woo? Do I not woo?,’ like, 'how do I do this', and now it's like, I'm the main event."

Charlotte was asked if she looks back on how she changed the business:

"No, I know you're supposed to enjoy the ride, but it's really hard to really sit down and reflect because it just feels like yesterday. 'I'm like 'Oh my gosh, how did we go from NXT to TakeOvers, to main-event WrestleMania? It's not like we all get together and sit there and like 'Yeah, we really changed the game.' I think we're all just so competitive by nature. Maybe one day when we all slow down."

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