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Charlotte Flair made her return to WWE last Friday on SmackDown and the reaction was mostly positive after she won the SmackDown Women's Title.

The win meant the end of Ronda Rousey's title reign. During Sportskeeda's "One on One" YouTube show, WWE Hall Of Famer Teddy Long congratulated Flair and he had some things to say about Rousey.

Long said about Rousey, "She's just not a wrestling person to me. Great woman in person, I had a chance to meet her one time at one of the WrestleMania's."

Long said that wrestlers like Randy Orton and Charlotte inherited things from their father and he thinks WWE did the right thing by putting the belt on Charlotte.

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Long's co-host Mac Davis feels that Rousey "lost some of her shine" over time and her love for the sport is not showing. 

Long agreed with this and said, "That's exactly how I feel. I don't think she cares anything about our business. I don't think she takes professional wrestling serious. I think with her, it's all about Ronda Rousey. She's one of the people I think would go into business for themselves. Like I said, great person but this business is different. You gotta take this real serious."

During the interview, Long also talked about Bobby Eaton, John Cena's bald spot, Cena's return last week on SmackDown Karen Jarrett's allegations about Kurt Angel, Charlotte Flair's return, plans for Mark Henry to end The Undertaker's streak, WWE contracts ending, and more.

 If you use any portion of the quotes from this article please credit Sportskeeda with a h/t to WrestlingNews.co for the transcription.