Report: Reason For Charlotte Flair's WWE Raw 'Suspension' Revealed
Adam Pearce announced the 'suspension' on Monday
Just a week after making her return to WWE Raw, Charlotte Flair's actions at the close of this Monday's show have seen 'The Queen' indefinitely suspended.
Flair attacked a referee after losing her main-event match to Asuka, thanks to some help by Raw Women's Champion Rhea Ripley, striking the official numerous time and returning twice to continue her assault.
WWE official Adam Pearce confirmed on Raw Talk that Flair had been fined $100,000 and had also been indefinitely suspended because of her actions.
Alex McCarthy of TalkSport, speaking on Wrestling Daily, is reporting that Flair has been written off television to have 'some dental work sorted out'. It isn't expected that the 13-time Women's Champion will be absent from WWE television for too long.
Flair, for her part, seems to be enjoying her time away from the company, taking to Twitter to post a photo of herself on holiday with fiancée Andrade.
Flair had only returned to WWE programming last week after an absence from the company, during which she tested positive for COVID-19 and then was temporarily medically suspended over suggestions she may be pregnant. As a result, she missed WrestleMania 37, returning the night after.