Charlotte is arguably one of the WWE's most prominent female talents. Her legacy as a Flair and her rise to stardom is almost unprecedented. Charlotte winning the SmackDown Live Women's Championship is proof the company sees her as the future of the blue brand's female roster. She's one of the most athletic and talented in-ring performers and she's bound to headline countless WrestleMania's representing the women and potentially, one day, headline a WrestleMania representing the entire WWE.
Charlotte spoke with Uproxx just prior to Survivor Series and touched on a number of topics, including her future at The Show of all Shows.
When it came to who she wanted to see get the spotlight at this year's WrestleMania 34, she explained:
"Honestly, for a women's singles match. I know that WrestleMania is a day that we try to get everyone involved because it is the biggest day of the year... Competitively, I wanna be in it, I'm not gonna lie. I would be upset if I wasn't. But at the same time, having a singles match for the women just goes to show how much WWE has invested in the women as a whole, and how important women's wrestling is to kids and families. To send that message out there that women can do anything they want in a male-dominated world."
When it came to her personal goals, Charlotte was a little more direct in her response. She wants to be involved in a match with the 4 Horsewomen in a Fatal 4-Way. That match would include Sasha Banks, Bailey, Becky Lynch and herself. She's correct that it would be the match that WWE could promote as a big-ticket bout and get fans excited about seeing some of the top women compete in a match that could steal the show.
As a backup option, Charlotte also suggested a match against Stephanie McMahon, "Queen versus Queen." At the end of the day, it's all about the storyline for Charlotte.