Charlotte Flair Injury Causes Removal From Upcoming Shows

In something no fan of hers wants to read, Charlotte Flair is dealing with an injury which causes her removal from upcoming shows.

Charlotte Flair Injury
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In something no fan of hers wants to read, Charlotte Flair is dealing with an injury which causes her removal from upcoming shows.

As of this moment, the exact injury or severity remains unknown.

What we do know is the match during which the injury happened. And that she is going to miss some time…just not sure how much.

Working against one of her fierce rivals in Asuka, Charlotte was seen hobbling as the match approached the finish.

The former champion was then seen being helped to the back, as several fans shared via social media.

Charlotte Flair Injury
source: @cflairdotcom, twitter, screenshot

Charlotte Flair Injury Causes Removal From Upcoming Shows

According to Fightful, while we still don’t know what’s wrong or how bad it is, the injury being discussed for Charlotte is indeed legitimate.

Unlike a fellow SmackDown Superstar in Kevin Owens, who’s hand is not busted.

Some fan reports from the arena indicated that Flair landed on her head during a corner spot which happened during a commercial.

Others speculated that she hurt her knee, possibly during an awkward landing on the outside.

Some believe you can see her tell the staff attending to her post-match “my knee”.

As we get into the week, we can expect to get some clarity over the severity of the injury.

Anyone who is a fan of the Queen will be holding their collective breath until we know.

You hope it isn’t a severe knee injury (like an ACL tear). Anything beyond a mild sprain and it puts Flair at risk for missing several big shows.

A sprain and you shut her down and rest her up until the Royal Rumble, which at this point is not quite two months away.

Charlotte Flair Injury
source: @femaleroom, twitter, screenshot

But if we learn it is indeed the worst case scenario?

In that situation, that could keep Charlotte off of WWE television for much of 2024.

Again, that is purely speculation at this point, and we are hoping it is not the reality for Flair.

Stay tuned to see how this one turns out.

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