Paul Heyman certainly knows talent when he sees it and he sees Charlotte Flair as being WrestleMania main event worthy. Heyman recently tweeted that he felt Charlotte Flair has everything a WrestleMania main eventer needs.
“The right look, talent, instincts, work ethic, workrate, charisma, extraordinary timing in the ring.”
He goes on to say that:
@MsCharlotteWWE’s every performance is propeled by her mission in life, which transcends mere ambition, pursuit of fame/ fortune, or even desire to achieve one’s own greatness. Once you even begin to grasp what motivates her,there’s no conclusion other than to believe in her!
Charlotte has made quite the impact on the WWE since she came up to the main roster in the summer of 2015. Charlotte dominated the final months of the Divas division, being at the center of the WWE’s “Divas Revolution” and later the “Women’s Revolution” when the WWE began the process of rebranding the Divas division to the Women’s division.
She would become the final Divas Champion and first WWE (RAW) Women’s Champion at WrestleMania 32, a title she would hold on four separate occasions. Charlotte was most recently the Smackdown Women’s Champion, a title she won from Natalya on an episode of Smackdown Live in November. She would hold the title until Carmella became the first woman to cash in her MITB briefcase during the Smackdown after WrestleMania.
Charlotte would make history when she defeated Sasha Banks to regain the RAW Women’s Championship in the main event of Hell in a Cell 2016. This was not only the first time two women were in a Hell in a Cell match, but the first time two women main evented a WWE PPV. Making history time and time again has been at the heart of Charlotte’s WWE career thus far. Main eventing WrestleMania would be the next logical step in an already highly impressive career.