Former WWE superstar Andrade says his fiancée, Charlotte Flair, is hopeful of being clear of COVID-19 in four days.
Flair took to social media during Raw to confirm her ongoing absence from WWE television was because she has contracted, and was recovering from, coronavirus. The debuting Rhea Ripley also revealed Flair was absent due to the virus during her promo on the show
Having confirmed her situation, fiancée Andrade also used Twitter to share that they hoped Charlotte would be COVID-19 free by Friday 26 March, in four days' time.
The Mexican star, who was released from his WWE contract on Sunday, also expressed his hope that Flair would be reinstalled back on the WrestleMania 37 poster, from which she had been removed in the last few days.
Flair had been rumoured to be challenging Asuka for the Raw Women's Championship at WrestleMania 37, but WWE confirmed on Monday that Rhea Ripley will be the taking on 'The Empress Of Tomorrow' at 'The Showcase Of The Immortals'.