Charlotte Flair has named Asuka as one of her greatest ever opponents in WWE.
Flair was the woman who defeated Asuka to end her unbeaten streak in WWE at WrestleMania 34, after the 'Empress Of Tomorrow' won the 2018 Royal Rumble and the right to challenge her for the Smackdown Women's Championship.
'The Queen' has hailed Asuka as being Raw's Most Valuable Player since last year's WrestleMania and believes defeating her at WrestleMania 34 was one of her biggest moments in the companny.
Speaking to The Hindustan Times, she said: "I think it has to do with how much I respect her as a performer and as a human. I believe going into WrestleMania 34, Asuka had nothing to prove.
"She had made a name for herself, travelled all around the world, come from Japan and had the longest unbeaten streak in WWE history. And I felt like if I beat her that would cement my legacy. When we faced off, it was like she had nothing to lose and I had everything to prove.
"Since last year’s WrestleMania, she has been the MVP of Raw. We feel like we are always shoulder to shoulder. She is one of the greatest I have ever faced."