The Women’s Evolution has taken off in the world of Professional Wrestling and it has been spearheaded by the Four Horsewomen: Becky Lynch, the biggest star in the industry. Sasha Banks, WWE’s next big breakout and star of the upcoming season of Disney’s Star Wars Mandalorian. Bayley, the longest reigning SmackDown Women’s Champion of all-time. Then, the daughter of Ric Flair and 12x Champion, Charlotte.
Charlotte has been out of action due to to injury and there’s no word on whether she is re-siging with the company following her injury (although it feels like a formality). In new news, when that topic is approached, she will have representation.
VaynerSports has a huge client list, including Dodger third baseman Justin Turner, UFC’s Colby Covington and Saints’ Runningback Alvin Kamara. This’ll be fascinating to watch unfold, as WWE superstars are normally negotiating their own deals, and this certainly isn’t the Robert Stone Brand. This could completely changed contracts altogether. In 2020, Charlotte Flair is making $1.1M in downside guarantees, two million shy of best friend Becky Lynch. No other full-time women has ever come close to that number.
Does this get her more money? Better benefits? Perhaps with the idea of a wrestling union taking steam, this is the first step? We’ll find out. Congratulations to Charlotte.