WWE’s Charlotte is the daughter of Nature Boy Ric Flair, a 16-time World Champion and candidate for wrestling’s G.O.A.T.
It was only natural that her rise as a two-time WWE champion would be swift and transcending as she encompasses a history and legacy of wrestling that spans over 45 years.
Charlotte’s goal is to continue to break-barriers as she and Sasha Banks — the two WWE Superstars most responsible for resuscitating the women’s division — will be caged inside of Hell in a Cell at the upcoming Raw-exclusive pay-per-view event on October 30th.
This will be the first time that two women will grapple inside of Satan’s Structure, as it has always been a battleground for the men of WWE.
The historic magnitude of that moment still pales in comparison to Charlotte’s stature as an ambassador for the WWE’s fight to reduce and eventually help cure cancer.
Susan G. Komen will continue their partnership for the fifth consecutive year by encouraging fans to take action in the fight against breast cancer through Komens More Than Pink movement.
“More Than Pink” celebrates the heroes who have made a significant impact in the fight to end breast cancer, and encourages everyone to take action, big or small, to help Komen reach its Big Bold Goal: a plan to reduce the nations current 40,000 breast cancer deaths in the U.S. by 50 percent in the next decade.
To support Komens Bold Goal and More Than Pink movement, WWE will create PSAs that will highlight three survivors, Regina Foreman, Angelica Martinez and Kelly Sherman, who not only won their battle against breast cancer but are now taking action to help fight the disease. WWE will utilize its global platforms including WWE Network, TV broadcasts, live events, and digital and social media to generate awareness and encourage action.
Throughout the month of October, the WWE entrance ramp, ring skirts and digital signage will be co-branded to promote the fight against breast cancer. WWE Superstars will wear co-branded More Than Pink apparel in support of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month,
There are some big things going on for women this October and Charlotte spoke to The Shadow League about her upcoming, barrier-breaking match, growing up the daughter of a legend and her dedication to WWE’s fight against cancer.