Yesterday, WWE announced that Charlotte Flair, daughter of WWE Hall of Famer Ric Flair, made history by becoming the first female Superstar in the company’s history to main event a pay-per-view, Raw and SmackDown in singles matches. Flair completed this trifecta this past Tuesday night on SmackDown Live when she competed with SmackDown Women’s champion Naomi to a no contest in the main event, after multiple main event matches against Sasha Banks on Raw, as well as at the 2016 edition of Hell in a Cell.
Back in October 2016, Flair and Banks not only became to first women in WWE history to main event a pay-per-view, they also became the first women to battle inside Hell in a Cell, AND were the first women to have an Iron Man match on the main roster.
Flair, a former four-time Raw Women’s champion, now has her sights on the SmackDown Women’s Championship after moving to “Team Blue” as part of the Superstar Shake-up. However, she has a bumpy road to that title ahead of her, as former SmackDown Women’s champ Becky Lynch, Natalya, Carmella and Tamina stand in her way.