Charlotte Flair wins her 10th women’s title at Hell In A Cell

Charlotte Flair became a 10-time women’s champion last night at Hell In A Cell, beating fellow Four Horsewomen member Bayley to reach the milestone reign.

Flair won her first title on the main roster in September 2015, beating Nikki Bella for the Divas title, ending Bella’s reign of 301 days as champion. In April of next year, the title was retired and it was renamed to the WWE Women’s title before changing names again to the Raw Women’s title following the brand split.

Over a six month period starting in July, Flair traded the title with Sasha Banks a couple of times, first losing it to Sasha on Raw, then regaining it at SummerSlam. Two months later, Charlotte lost it to Sasha again on Raw but just 27 days later, Flair regained it at Hell In A Cell. The following month in November, Sasha Banks won the title again but third reign as Raw Women’s champion ended in two weeks as Charlotte won it at Roadblock in December. Flair’s fourth title reign came to an end in February 2017 on Raw in Las Vegas courtesy of Bayley.

Charlotte moved to Smackdown in 2017 and her first Smackdown Women’s title win came in November. She lost it to Carmella two days after WrestleMania in April 2018 and regained it in August at SummerSlam. Flair lost the title to Becky Lynch in September at Hell In A Cell. Her third reign with the Smackdown title came in an episode of Smackdown in March 2019, beating Asuka to go and headline WrestleMania with Ronda Rousey and Becky Lynch. Flair – and Rousey – lost their titles at WrestleMania 35 to Becky. A month and a half later, Charlotte beat Becky at Money In The Bank but her win lasted just a few minutes because Bayley cashed in her MITB briefcase and took the title away from Flair. Yesterday’s win at Hell In A Cell was Flair’s fifth Smackdown Women’s title win and her tenth overall.

Apart from the four Raw and five Smackdown titles, Flair also won the NXT Women’s title once, defeating Natalya in 2014 at NXT Takeover.

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Colin Vassallo has been editor of Wrestling-Online since 1996. He is born and raised in Malta, follows professional wrestling and MMA, loves to travel, and is a big Apple fan!


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