Report: WWE Keeping Charlotte Flair's WrestleMania 37 Situation Hidden

She's been pulled from promotional material

WWE is reportedly keeping Charlotte Flair's situation ahead of WrestleMania 37 hidden amid rumours she won't be involved in the show. 

Charlotte had initially been featured on WWE's promotion material for their annual flagship event, to be held over two-nights at Raymond James Stadium next month, but the most recent posters and imagery has seen the multiple-time former WWE Women's Champion removed. 

Flair was believed to be set to challenge Asuka for the Raw Women's Championship at WrestleMania 37 but, having been taken off the promotional imagery, speculation is mounting that she won't be involved in the show at all. 

Dave Meltzer of Wrestling Observer Radio says he has asked sources backstage about Flair's absence, but no one is giving information, suggesting WWE is trying to keep the situation under wraps. 

However, Meltzer does not believe it is to do with her involvement in the 'Walking Tall' reboot, or her fiancee Andrade's recent release from the company. 

Meltzer said: "She’s doing the movie. As far as Charlotte and WrestleMania, I’ve been asking that all week and everyone’s avoiding me on that one. There’s definitely a story that’s not the movie because if it was the movie, it wouldn’t be hidden. I think I know but whatever. It’s definitely something that’s being hidden as far as whatever is the deal with Charlotte.

"I haven’t heard anything of her [being] mad about Andrade or something which, I mean she did pitch ideas for him that they didn’t do so I’m sure she’s not thrilled but I haven’t heard anything…she’s pitched stuff for him and they haven’t gone for. 

"If Rhea Ripley wrestles Asuka then that kind of tells you that something happened. It could be the movie thing [but] it’s not just the movie thing. There’s something else going on."


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