In a backstage interview after a loss to Ember Moon via distraction by WWE Smackdown Live Women’s champion Bayley, Charlotte Flair engages in an interview irate on a number of different fronts. She first shared that she couldn’t believe that she was left off Summerslam and not scheduled to compete. It was at this point where Flair said that it was a slap in the face that the ‘Queen of All Eras’ was left off the card as well. Flair said that she will be at SummerSlam and that her opponent will be better than Ember Moon. Who was she referring to? This news certainly leaves a few questions in the minds of viewers. Why did she refer to ‘all era’s”
It was at this point when Pro Wrestling Sheet’s Ryan Satin revealed what may be a possible spoiler in the tweet below in who may be facing Flair from a different ‘era’.
?POSSIBLE SPOILER WARNING?https://t.co/2mlFcC9q2Z
— Pro Wrestling Sheet (@WrestlingSheet) July 24, 2019
This reads like the perfect storm when we think about it. When the event takes place in Toronto, Ontario Canada home to arguably the most decorated WWE women’s champion ever in Trish Stratus and her being a seven-time WWE Women’s champion against the modern-day Queen and nine-time WWE Women’s champion something has to give. As we write this it is the logic behind the match taking place is quite fitting.
Madison’s Mindset: If all roads point to a Trish Stratus vs. Charlotte Flair match up fans will undoubtedly be treated to a match that embraces the bright light of an emerging women’s division from the Attitude Era against one of the cornerstones of the women’s revolution perineal main eventer.
It should be noted that this comes on the heels of the Raw Reunion the night before which drew in the highest-rated Monday Night Raw of the year. With only a few weeks remaining before, exactly how Trish is introduced into this equation will be interesting.