Charlotte is scheduled to face Natalya in a submission match for the WWE Women's Championship at Extreme Rules this Sunday. Charlotte's father, Ric Flair, is banned from ringside and if he does show up, his daughter will lose the championship.
Even without her father at ringside to help out, The Nature Girl is still expected to retain the Women's title against The Anvilette at the pay-per-view this weekend, meaning she will enter the summer months as champion.
One possible feud former Charlotte for the summer pay-per-views could be a familiar foe and a rivalry which could stem from an unlikely source.
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As you may have seen over the past week or so, pictures of Alberto Del Rio and Paige have emerged on the internet of them being together and kissing. Rumor has it they are actually dating one another.
This isn't the only woman from the WWE Del Rio has dated recently, as he once dated Ric Flair's daughter as well, according to Cageside Seats.
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They said in a report: "The former WWE champ had a fling with Charlotte before he started seeing Paige, which has lead to heat between the two women backstage."
WWE loves to use as many real life situations as possible in their creative booking, and when Vince McMahon sees an opportunity to incorporate real aspects into a feud - such as a relationship - he pounces on the opportunity and grabs it with both hands.
The Cageside Seats report said: "Because he likes using real tension in angles, Vince McMahon has reportedly told writers to pitch him angles to restart a Charlotte/Paige feud for after the Women's champ finishes with Natalya."
While it doesn't state if Charlotte will lose the championship at Extreme Rules to Natalya - which is highly unlikely - it does state she could be feuding with Paige once her rivalry with the Canadian superstar is up.
It also doesn't reveal if Del Rio will be involved in the feud in some way, but if the WWE wants to take the Women's division into a new direction from where they were in the past, it's probably best for the Mexican not to get entangled in the booking.
Both women are excellent competitors in the ring and on the mic, which will help this become a good rivalry. Hopefully, in turn, this will help it be an excellent summer for the Women's Championship.