Source: Pensacola News Journal

The Pensacola News Journal has an interview with Charlotte Flair, who was promoting Saturday's SmackDown live event in Pensacola. Below are some highlights:

Growing up as Ric Flair's daughter:

"Growing up with a famous father, and one who mastered his craft, it's one of those things where do you really want to be in the same profession?" she said. "I can't imagine the pressure on, say, Michael Jordan's kids. But for me, I think it's molded me into the character that I am today. I think I definitely work out of my father's shadow, but it was hard in the beginning. But I would never change my last name, and I couldn't be more proud to carry on his legacy."

Being a babyface on SmackDown:

"This is a new transition for me, but I will take it as a challenge to be the best babyface I can be. Obviously, my comfort level with my size, my demeanor and my presence, and where I had elevated myself to, is definitely as a heel. But I'm ready to see what I can do as a babyface!"

Charlotte also discussed evolving, the women's revolution, starring in Psych: The Movie and more. You can read the full interview by clicking here.

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