Charlotte Flair Thinks She Comes Across As Entitled When She's A Babyface
Charlotte Flair struggles to be a babyface
During her in-ring career, Charlotte Flair has portrayed both a heel and a babyface, with her heel personas often connecting more with WWE audiences.
Speaking with Ariel Helwani for BT Sport, Flair admitted she prefers being a heel, partly because she feels she comes across as entitled as opposed to endearing.
"Any time I try being a face, I think that there's really nothing in the character other than I have a great relationship with my dad like the father-daughter relationship that people necessarily can relate to. Like when I come across like understand me or this was hard for me, it just comes across as like whining or complaining, or I'm like, 'No, I really feel this way.'" Flair said.
"It doesn't come across as endearing. So I've found like, even though I'm trying to open up and be relatable to the audience, I don't think the audience sees it that way. It comes across as entitled. When that's not really how it's supposed to be portrayed. So any time I've tried to do that as a face. I think it just comes across as like a cry baby...just whining."
Flair has been a heel on WWE TV since she returned after WrestleMania 37. She was involved in one of the major matches at WrestleMania 38, where The Queen defeated Ronda Rousey to retain the SmackDown Women's Championship.
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