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Charlotte Flair confirms Covid-19 diagnosis

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Multiple times Women’s Champion across brands of WWE, Charlotte Flair, has tested positive for Covid-19.

Charlotte Flair

CHARLOTTE FLAIR’S ABSENCE FROM RAW HAS CREATED RUMOURS

Flair tweeted out that her absence from WWE Raw was due to her Covid-19 infection, which has led her to taking rest at home.

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“I know everyone has been wondering where I have been. I tested positive for COVID and have been home resting. Thank you everyone for your love,” she tweeted.

Her absence from Raw has been subject of rumours across the internet. She was supposed to have a match for the brand’s Women Championship against the current Champion, Asuka, in what would have been a Wrestlemania rematch for the two women. Intriguingly, she was edited out of a Wrestlemania graphic card days after being featured in it.

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With her boyfriend Andrade having requested and received his release from WWE, rumours have been running wild on the future of Charlotte in the company.

SHE IS ONE OF THE MOST SUCCESSFUL WOMEN IN THE HISTORY OF WWE

In 2012, the daughter of “The Nature Boy” began training with WWE, debuting in its developmental brand NXT in 2013. In 2014, she won the NXT Women’s Championship and was named Rookie of the Year by Pro Wrestling Illustrated (PWI).

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After joining the main roster in 2015, She has won the Divas Championship once and the Raw Women’s Championship, of which she was the inaugural winner, four times. She has won the SmackDown Women’s Championship a record five times, and the NXT Women’s Title a second time in 2020, making her a record 12-time women’s champion.

By virtue of winning the WWE Women’s Tag Team Championship later that year, Charlotte Flair became a Women’s Triple Crown Champion and a Women’s Grand Slam Champion. She also won the 2020 Women’s Royal Rumble match.She is also the only women’s superstar to have captured the WWE Raw Women’s, Smackdown Women’s , Diva’s,Women’s Tag Team, and NXT Women’s championships.

She also is the first woman to headline a WWE pay-per-view event in October 2016 (alongside Sasha Banks) and one of three women to headline WrestleMania, WWE’s flagship annual event, alongside Becky Lynch and Ronda Rousey.

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