Charlotte Flair appears to be in agreement with Corey Graves over his criticism of the way she is currently being booked in WWE.
Charlotte Flair is currently involved in a storyline with Becky Lynch in the women’s division against the Women’s Tag Team Champions, The Kabuki Warriors.
Despite the tag team involvement, The Queen is still a singles star, but she hasn’t had a women’s title match on TV since the WWE Draft took place.
Her last match for a women’s title took place on October 11’s episode of SmackDown, where she lost the SmackDown Women’s title to Bayley.
Since then, she’s been heavily involved in the women’s tag team division on Raw, something which frustrates Corey Graves.
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Speaking on his podcast, Graves made the argument that Flair has never felt less important than how she is being booked by WWE right now.
“Charlotte Flair has never felt less important than she does right now. This whole tag team thing with Charlotte finding a different partner week after week, it just doesn’t click.
“I’m not feeling it, and it looks to me like Charlotte’s not feeling it. You can see it on her face. Charlotte Flair looks like she’s going through motions and getting through the night.
“Charlotte Flair carried the main event of WrestleMania this year because she is a pro. She’s highly talented. and when she’s motivated, dare I say untouchable.
“I miss the Queen. My queen, the villainous that just kicked everybody’s ass because she was superior. I know I’m forced to explain myself ad nauseam, but allow me to reiterate one more time. I want my queen back.
“For some reason, despite the fact that they spent the better part of the last year trying to kill one another, she and Becky are all of a sudden just pals?
“I don’t know how you bring it back. I don’t think it’s a tough thing to fix…let Charlotte Flair take a little bit of a break, let her take some time off and disappear from the public eye for a few months. Let everybody remember why they miss Charlotte Flair…”
You can understand Graves’ frustrations, and it looks like The Queen herself is in agreement.
Asuka is expected to be the next in line to face Lynch for the Raw Women’s title, which leaves Flair in a bit of a limbo situation.
However, while The Queen’s situation is odd given her starpower, the overwhelming problem is how WWE creative tend to ignore the rest of the women’s division if they’re not chasing after the Raw or SmackDown Women’s title.