Charlotte Flair could be added to the Raw Women's Championship match scheduled for WrestleMania 35 in April.
The match is set to take place between Ronda Rousey and Becky Lynch following the latter's Royal Rumble victory on Sunday. But, according to Wrestling Observer's Dave Meltzer, per Robert Gunier of WrestlingInc.com, the WWE wants to make it a Triple Threat and insert Flair ahead of the event.
Meltzer added that the WWE could call an audible, but their current plans depend on whether or not Charlotte puts in a claim for a shot at the title after having her opportunity ruined by Lynch on Sunday.
Lynch kicked off the show by losing to Asuka in the SmackDown Women's Championship match but now has a bout set up with Rousey after taking Lana's place in the women's Royal Rumble.
Lana, who was supposed to enter the match at No. 28, could not even make it to the ring as a prior injury left her with a limp. Lynch ran down to take her spot in the Rumble, going on to eliminate Flair.
Also, it has been confirmed that Seth Rollins will battle Brock Lesnar for the WWE Universal title at WrestleMania, with the men's Royal Rumble winner confirming as much after Raw on Monday night.
"WWE.com soon learned that Rollins would indeed select Lesnar as his opponent and dare to journey into the realm of The Beast at The Showcase of the Immortals in search of his first Universal Title," the WWE reported via their official website.
"Although Lesnar often comes under fire for his part-time schedule, he is nevertheless a frighteningly destructive force of nature who has taken down virtually every WWE Superstar, often in a grisly one-sided onslaught."
What This Means
Flair does have a legitimate shout where WrestleMania is concerned, given that Lynch got clearance to enter the Rumble from Fit Finlay, who is merely a backstage agent.
It could also make for a very interesting storyline as she has issues with both Flair and Rousey. But there are likely many fans who would rather it if she were to face Asuka instead and leave Rousey vs. Lynch as is.