Charlotte Flair wants a rematch against Alexa Bliss

WWE Superstar Charlotte Flair has expressed her desire to work another match with Alexa Bliss, who recently claimed that her Survivor Series clash with The Queen in 2017 was the favourite moment of her career.

Charlotte Flair defeated Alexa Bliss at WWE Survivor Series in 2017 (WWE)
Charlotte Flair defeated Alexa Bliss at WWE Survivor Series in 2017 (WWE)

Charlotte and Bliss battled it out in a Champion vs Champion clash at the Survivor Series PPV event in 2017. The former was the SmackDown Women’s champion at the time, while the latter was holding the Raw Women’s belt.

The duo put on a brilliant show on the PPV, with Charlotte emerging victorious via submission after a gruelling duel.

Bliss hails the match as her favourite

Charlotte, who is currently taking time off from WWE, posted an image of herself and Bliss being embraced by WWE chairman Vince McMahon after their match at Survivor Series.

Responding to that tweet from the Queen, Bliss claimed that it was the favourite match of her entire career in WWE till date.

Replying to the Goddess’ message, Charlotte wrote on Twitter: “Can’t wait to do it again woman”.

As mentioned previously, Charlotte is taking time off from WWE to undergo a necessary surgery. There have been contrasting reports on her return. There have been claims that the Queen will be back as early as Summer Slam, while some reports claim she is unlikely to return until next year.

Alexa Bliss and Nikki Cross
Alexa Bliss and Nikki Cross (WWE)

Bliss, on the other hand, has been involved in the tag team scenes with Nikki Cross, having held the Women’s Tag Team Championship for a while.

It remains to be seen if the Goddess and the Queen get another chance to work a match. If they do, fireworks are guaranteed.

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