Charlotte Flair Responds After Destroying Ronda Rousey At Survivor Series

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Charlotte Flair went head to head with RAW Women’s Champion Ronda Rousey at Survivor Series in semi-main event that has already been claimed by the IWC to be the best match of 2018.

The match was pretty impressive and had several close calls. And then, all of a sudden, Flair attacked Rousey with a kendo stick resulting in a disqualification. Flair continued to hammer away with the kendo stick after launching The Baddest Women On The Planet into the steel steps.

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Finishing up two kendo sticks, The Queen then walked in the ring with a chair but the referee stopped her only to have her run back and hit a devastating Natural Selection on the steel chair. The referees and medical staff came out to the ring but Flair took them out and chair-guillotined Rousey.

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Post-match, Flair took to Twitter to address the beatdown.

The Queen was also praised by fellow Superstars.

https://twitter.com/KingRicochet/status/1064352645970829312

Flair was handpicked by SmackDown Women’s Champion Becky Lynch as her perfect replacement for Survivor Series last Tuesday. The Irish Lasskicker had asked The Queen to beat up Rousey in the way she would have beaten her up had she been medically cleared to compete.

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What’s interesting is the fact that the Staples Center chanted “Thank You Charlotte” as Flair turned heel and went ballistic on Ronda. “You deserve it” was the only chant thrown at the heavily welted and bruised Ronda as she made her way to the back.

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Post-show, Rousey addressed a bold statement to Charlotte on Twitter.

What’s worth noting is that Flair also updated her Twitter bio following the assault during which she continued to utter “I’m the baddest bitch” at regular intervals.

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WWE Hall of Famer Stone Cold Steve Austin was quite impressed with the entire display by Flair and Rousey and noted that pro-wrestling is back.