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Ric Flair Talks Charlotte’s Hell in a Cell Match

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Ric Flair had an interview with SI and discussed his daughters match that is taking place in a Hell in the Cell.

On Charlotte’s upcoming Hell in a Cell match:

“She has moves to show off that you’re not going to believe, as long as she lives through it,” said Flair, discussing Charlotte’s upcoming battle with Sasha Banks. “She isn’t afraid of anything, and she’s going to go out and make a statement again—and there is no talking her out of it. You didn’t see me do any moonsaults off the top of a cage, but she has something really special in mind for the cage.”

On Charlotte’s chemistry with Sasha Banks:

“It’s like Shawn and Hunter, or Shawn and Undertaker, or me and Steamboat. Some people you have chemistry with and some you don’t, and she’s found her own good chemistry with Becky Lynch, Bayley, and Nattie, but nothing like what she has with Sasha. They really have good chemistry and they do some stuff that the guys can’t do, which really separates them from the pack.”

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