Charlotte Flair Returns On WWE Raw

She's not happy about missing WrestleMania

After a month or so away from TV, Charlotte Flair made her return during Monday's post-WrestleMania edition of Raw.

Prior to a WrestleMania rematch on Raw between new Women's champion Rhea Ripley and the dethroned Asuka, Flair entered the ring and cut a promo, expressing her displeasure at being left off of WrestleMania 37 this past weekend.

She decried the circumstances that led to her being without a match at WrestleMania, particularly Lacey Evans getting pregnant, which deprived Flair the chance of beating her at the event.

Flair also called Ripley a "snake" for taking the title match with Asuka that she felt belonged to her.

The Asuka-Ripley match ended in a disqualification when Flair hit the ring after about 12 minutes, attacking both champion and challenger. She laid both Asuka and Ripley out, and posed while her music played.

Flair had originally challenged Asuka for the Raw Women's title for WrestleMania earlier in March, but was sidelined shortly after, due to testing positive for COVID-19.

Flair wrestled at each WrestleMania from 32 through 36, amassing a record of 3-2 at the event.

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