Charlotte Flair suffers possible knee injury on WWE SmackDown in match with Asuka

On the latest episode of WWE SmackDown, Charlotte Flair had a match against Asuka, which was built up as a WrestleMania rematch. The momentum kept swinging on both the sides throughout the match and Asuka won the match with the assistance of Bayley. However, a leaked video during the telecast commercial potentially reveals that Charlotte could potentially be injured.

Charlotte Flair suffers possible knee injury

During the commercial, the live crowd at the arena in Rhode Island had witnessed Charlotte Flair suffering a knee pain during the match and was assisted to the backstage area.

The WWE Universe all around the world, who witnessed the match could have witnessed that Flair was laid down after the commercial with a discomfort on her knee, where referee Charles Robinson checked on her. Flair lost the match after falling down to the roll-up by Asuka.

In the leaked video which spreaded viral on the internet, it is clear that the sufferings are worse as Charlotte screamed “knee” and the medical staff were there to check her out. She was then escorted to the backstage area with the help of medical staff and referee.

Another video clip also spreaded on the internet, which is potentially revealed to be the exact point where Charlotte could have hurt her knee. In the clip, Flair was on the turnbuckle and hit Asuka’s back on her knee.

However there is no confirmation on how severe the injury is or what specific injury it is and how long would it take for The Queen to recover from it. Charlotte Flair has been appearing for a comparatively long time in television considering the previous run in recent times. As the road to WrestleMania is about to begin, what could be The Queen’s future on the road?

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