Becky Lynch has addressed Charlotte Flair’s accusations that her gender is a factor in how she is viewed, claiming that no one else in WWE acts like Flair.
At Survivor Series, Charlotte Flair and Becky Lynch will face off in a one-on-one match for the first time since December 2019. The Champion vs. Champion match will be part of the larger war for brand supremacy that has become a mainstay of WWE’s November spectacular.
Lynch expressed her views toward Charlotte Flair on Raw, detailing the two women’s friendship and saying that being friends with Flair has “conditions.” ‘Big Time Becks’ then made her Survivor Series prediction, threatening to “beat the p*ss” out of the SmackDown Women’s Champion. Flair’s father, WWE Hall Of Famer Ric Flair, reacted to that claim on social media, saying there was no amount of “choreography” that could help Lynch.
Charlotte Flair claimed in an interview with BT Sport that she is regarded differently as a woman than her male counterparts for wanting to remain a major player in the company:
“If I was a man would it rub people the wrong way? No one looks at a man and goes, ‘why does he want to be the world champion again when he’s been on top all these years?’ Is it because I’m a woman and have done it all and we have a smaller division?”
“Charlotte is difficult? Because I stand up for what I believe in? That makes me difficult? If I was a man, I’d have big balls. I know how good I am. Man or woman, I am the best.”
Becky Lynch has replied to Flair’s remarks, claiming that the issue isn’t one of gender:
“No one on our roster acts like this, man or woman. Gender ain’t the issue here.”
No one on our roster acts like this, man or woman. Gender ain’t the issue here. https://t.co/YtbiZLVvrr
— The Man (@BeckyLynchWWE) November 16, 2021
Since their ill-fated title exchange on SmackDown, Becky Lynch and Charlotte Flair have been making headlines. Lynch stated in a recent interview that the two women used to be great friends, but she no longer had trust in The Queen.