The Queen made a huge impact on her return last week (Picture: WWE)
WWE superstar Charlotte Flair says she’s on her ‘worst behaviour’ as she flaunted her figure in a stunning new photo.
The nine-time women’s champion made a shock return to Monday Night Raw last week to deliver a passionate mission statement before attacking Asuka and current champ Rhea Ripley during their WrestleMania rematch.
Now, it seems the Queen is taking no prisoners and she posed for a revealing snap with her cleavage on show in an open blazer and matching pink pants.
She simply captioned the photo: ‘Right back on my worst behavior [sic].’
With this week’s Raw just hours away, it remains to be seen how Charlotte – whose fiancé Andrade was granted his release last month – will follow up on her big comeback.
She was absolutely on fire last Monday as she put the roster on notice, while revealing just how disappointed she was to be left off WrestleMania 37.
Her absence has proven to be controversial, as she and Andrade claimed a WWE doctor incorrectly told her she was pregnant, which led to her being ‘medically’ suspended before it was revealed not to be the case.
In a statement to talkSPORT writer Alex McCarthy, her representative said: ‘What Manny said about the pregnancy test in today’s interview is true, but a significant amount of context is lost in translation and we’d like to clear that up as best we can.
‘A few weeks ago, Charlotte received a call from WWE medical telling her that her HCG levels had come back high and she was medically suspended for pregnancy.
‘That day, she took several home tests that all came back negative. A few days later, blood work and ultrasound confirmed there was no pregnancy.’
Charlotte’s team said at the time that this took place before she tested positive for Covid-19, and ‘she is currently medically clear’.
They clarified that her issue isn’t with being incorrectly told she was pregnant, but rather with ‘the process’ and the way it was handled.
Addressing the situation, her team explained: ‘This put a lot in context for her, mainly how small a woman’s career window is.
‘The men are able to work well into their 50s while the women are seen as “older” in their early 30s even. For an athlete in her prime, these years mean everything.
‘Her issue was with the process and how the information was relayed as opposed to the information itself.’
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