Charlotte Flair is rumored to have undergone plastic surgery treatments. When the rumors of the WWE diva getting cosmetic surgery spread, tweets and posts were flooded and fans began examining through before and after pictures. Let's find out everything regarding Charlotte Flair's plastic surgery rumors.
Ashley Elizabeth Fliehr mostly known as Charlotte Flair is an American professional wrestler currently signed to WWE where she competes on the SmackDown brand and is the current SmackDown Women's Champion in her record-setting sixth reign.
She is the last declared WWE Divas Champion and a one-time WWE Women's Tag Team Champion with Asuka. Charlotte is also a six-time WWE Raw Women's Champion, a two-time NXT Women's Champion, and a five-time Smackdown Women's Champion. She is the fourth ever woman to hold the title of WWE Grand Slam Champion.
In October 2016 (with Sasha Banks), Charlotte became the first woman to headline a WWE pay-per-view event, and in 2019 for the first time, she was the first woman to headline WrestleMania, WWE's biggest annual event (alongside Becky Lynch and Ronda Rousey).
In addition, Charlotte Flair is a certified personal trainer. She stated in an interview that if she hadn't been a wrestler, she would have been a health and fitness expert.
Charlotte Flair's Plastic Surgery: Is It True Smackdown Women's Champion Charlotte Underwent Cosmetic Enhancements?
Plastic surgery for WWE Superstars is nothing new, and Charlotte Flair (@charlottewwe) is one of the names who has benefited from the surgeries on multiple occasions.
Queen of wrestling, Charlotte Flair allegedly got plastic surgery while on sabbatical from wrestling. People believe that WWE sent her top female wrestlers for body-related surgical treatment, and they are so concerned that they are willing to invest a significant amount of money from their own pockets.
Back in 2019, the rumors of Charlotte having breast implants were circulating. The queen of Wrestling admitted that one of her breasts was troubling her and that she had to fix it. She also stated in this regard that she had previously been criticized for being skinny and having a flat physique before surgery.
However, now that Charlotte is getting the spotlight as WWE's top female wrestler, she is always in shape and is more conscious of her body. Despite the fact that she took a short break to heal, fans were eager to see her after the surgery was done.
The Queen provided further information that she no longer has to be concerned about silicone poisoning, but that she might have to maintain it every year, at a cost of $5,000 to $10,000.
In late 2020, fans noticed Flair using botox to mask her wrinkles and tighten her skin with the help of a facelift. She still looks new and fresh when compared to 2018, with a smooth and youthful face, but many are criticizing her for not being as real as she could be. Being in the spotlight every day is difficult and people strive to be as perfect as possible, Charlotte also tries to look her best.
As news of Charlotte's plastic surgery procedures spread, tweets and posts were flooded, with some praising her decision and recognizing how flawless she looks, while others criticized her for looking fake.
Talking about her tweets from 2020, she had claimed to be treating an issue from a previous surgery and promised to be back soon, as everyone appeared to be missing her and wished her a speedy recovery.
For the time being, she appears to be living her life as she wishes and is unconcerned about the negative comments. She also keeps her body in shape because she enjoys working out and spends most of her time at the gym.
We love seeing her confident and young all the time because her physical appearance is as flawless and as good as her career is now going.
Charlotte Flair vs. Ronda Rousey At WrestleMania Backlash ("I Quit" Match)
Despite the fact that Ronda Rousey (@rondarousey) forced Charlotte to tap out at WrestleMania, she was unable to win the championship since the referee was knocked unconscious at the time.
Despite Charlotte's victory, Ronda returned to SmackDown the following Friday and lost no time in challenging her in an "I Quit" Match. An "I Quit" match is a sort of pro wrestling submission match in which the only way to win is to get your opponent to say "I Quit".
The WWE superstar declined the daring challenge and urged Ronda to move to the back of the line. Ronda insisted on a rematch and Charlotte screamed "no" when she turned the titleholder's arm backward.
Later, Ronda requested a rematch, which WWE Management confirmed on WWE Talking Smack. The match will air live on Peacock in the United States and WWE Network in the rest of the world on Sunday, May 8 at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT.