On paper, growing up in the Flair family should have made you a popular kid, but Charlotte claims that it was the opposite for her growing up during a recent interview with Boomer and Carton.
During the interview, Charlotte and her father Ric Flair spoke about Charlotte’s upbringing, when she realized that her father was a truly big deal in wrestling, and her stint in the fitness business.
You can watch the full interview right here. Below are some of the highlights:
When did Charlotte realize her father’s celebrity?
Charlotte: “College. Yeah, because I played sports my whole life, so I wasn’t really on the social scene, like, in high school, that’s when I started playing volleyball. And, then, I wanted to play in college and I was playing clubs, so, not that I was sheltered, but people knew my dad when we’d go on vacations. Not until I got to college did I really realize, ‘ah, I could use this to my advantage!'”
What was Charlotte’s experience in the fitness business?
Ric Flair: “We always knew she was going to go to college and finish that up. And she could have gone into fashion design, but her love was fitness, so she started training at a personal training studio, but she was working 50 hours a week, but killing it [as] the best personal trainer in Charlotte [North Carolina]. And so, I had been in the fitness business. You know, Boomer, I had 10 Gold’s Gyms, and one of my landlords was going to open a 3,700 square foot facility just for her, to have her own business.”
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