Source: South China Morning Post

Charlotte Flair spoke with the South China Morning Post while on tour overseas. Here are some of the highlights:

Ronda Rousey coming to the WWE:

"I would tell her to get in line. [Laughs] Ronda wouldn't be my dream opponent, but if WWE was something she would want to consider, I would definitely want to be her first competitor."

The two Four Horsewomen factions facing off:

"We're the real four horsewomen I have the lineage! I think it's great, with us being a sports entertainment company, being able to highlight crossover performers is exciting. Honestly, it just draws more attention to the women as a whole. Anything that shines a positive light on women's wrestling, and how popular it is today, is great."

Going from Raw to SmackDown:

"From a business standpoint, it was a difficult but challenging transition. But a good challenge, because now I'm playing a different role. I went from a villain to a good guy. I want to be the best good guy I can be. It just allows my character to have more layers. I find that the character is evolving even more, allowing the audience to see a lighter side. The first two years on Raw I was so serious all the time. I'm actually with my best friend now, on camera and in real life. Traveling the world and working with Becky is amazing."

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