Tuesday, June 23, 2020

Charlotte Flair Out Of Action, Set To Undergo Surgery (UPDATED)

Charlotte Flair Out Of Action, Set To Undergo Surgery
Charlotte Flair is reportedly going to be out of action due to an unspecified injury and will be undergoing surgery



WWE issued an injury update on Charlotte after last night's attack by Nia Jax on RAW and noted that it's believed she may have suffered a potential collarbone fracture.

For those who missed it, Flair brawled with Jax before losing a title match to RAW Women's Champion Asuka. Flair was then attacked by Jax in the backstage area. Ric Flair later appeared in a RAW segment with Randy Orton and promised that when Charlotte returns she will be coming for Jax.
Charlotte Flair injury update

Charlotte Flair is being evaluated for an injury following the ruthless attack by Nia Jax on Raw, WWE.com has learned.

Flair had already suffered an injury in a brawl with Jax prior to her Raw Women's Title Match with Asuka. After coming up short against The Empress of Tomorrow, The Queen was ruthlessly attacked in the backstage area by Jax, who slammed a road case into Flair's arm. While the specifics of The Queen's injury have not been fully determined, it is believed she may have suffered a potential collarbone fracture.

Stick with WWE's digital and social platforms for more information on Charlotte Flair's status as it becomes available.
According to F4WOnline, the injury is reportedly not a shoulder injury.

The report noted there's hope Charlotte will be in time for SummerSlam in August.

Alex McCarthy of talkSPORT is reporting he was told there's "zero percent chance" of Charlotte make it back in time for the WWE PPV. Along with the surgery, Charlotte is expected to be taking an "extended break" possibly until Royal Rumble season, unless a good story comes along later this year.

UPDATE: PWInsider is reporting Charlotte is neither injured nor sick, but is undergoing a planned elective surgery. The report said she's expected to be taking six weeks off WWE TV.



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