- WWE Divas Champion Charlotte appeared with Jonathan Coachman on tonight's "Off The Top Rope" segment on ESPN SportsCenter. Instead of RAW moments, Coachman named top Survivor Series moments including The Undertaker's debut, the Montreal Screwjob as the top swerve and the top turn with The Rock siding with Vince McMahon to win the WWE Title.

Charlotte then came on and was asked about growing up as Ric Flair's daughter. She said he was just dad growing up - she still had to do homework and make curfew. She said show & tell at school was always different and Ric was gone a lot but he made up for it when he was home by bringing lunch to school and attending all sporting events.

Charlotte also talked about how there was no thoughts about pro wrestling in college as her goal was to get a full scholarship playing division 1 volleyball, which she did. She had no idea she would get into wrestling. She got into personal training, which she wanted to do after college since she back when she was in high school, then made the jump. She said she was scared because she never saw herself as a Diva but showed up at NXT and wanted to impact people's lives the way her clients said she impacted their lives when she was a personal trainer.

Coach asked if Ronda Rousey's big loss at UFC 193 changes anything, in regards to their recent back & forth, and Charlotte says she would still welcome her in WWE. Charlotte says she's proud of what Rousey has done and is anxious to see what's next. She hopes Rousey returns to avenge the loss and says she's a huge fan.

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