On her TLC experience:
It was exciting. The best part was that the women stole the show again. And actually, before I walked up to the curtain, I was like, “I know we kept saying we wanted the main event, we wanted the main event.” And then when I was walking up to the curtain I was like, “Oh, I hope this lives up to it’s expectation.” But it was amazing.
On understanding her father, Ric Flair’s unwillingness to retire:
I think I will always be a part of this company, or, this industry – company. For sure, it’s one of those things, it’s once you’re a part of it and you get that bug it’s hard to walk away. When my dad retired in 2008 with his match versus Shawn Michaels, then, ’cause I didn’t know anything about the company or my dad’s career really, I was like, “Why can’t you just hang up the boots? Why are you having such a hard time?” And here I am, 2018 not knowing that this was gonna be my destiny. And I’m like, I don’t know if I could ever walk away. Whether it’s coaching, producing, I will always be in the business.
What do you think, how long will Charlotte Flair wrestle?