Charlotte Flair was a recent guest on Busted Open Radio and she was asked about her fear of “losing her spot” while out with an injury. She also spoke about having room to improve.
You can check out some highlights from the podcast below:
Fear of “losing her spot” while injured: “Someone in an interview asked me, ‘When I was away, was I worried about someone taking my spot?’ And I was like, ‘Uh, no.’ Absolutely not. And I admit that. That’s not … like, I will always be someone in history, and like you guys said, probably in 20-30 years, I’ll have way more respect than I do now.”
On finding room for improvement: “My insecurities are not even insecurities, it’s just, nothing is ever enough. Nothing is enough. Like, my performance is never enough. I know that I still have room left to grow. I don’t think I’ve peaked. Even though people might think that, if you look at my last run, even though I didn’t defend the title like ever, I still got better every week on the mic.”
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