When questioned by a WWE interviewer about her gestures and several inhibited and obscure signs after her match in the ring, Asuka accepted that she's opting for a challenge to fight with Charlotte at WrestleMania in the WWEFastlane.
While this result surprised a few to some extent, the biggest shocker came when Auska made a decision to show up after Charlotte Flair's match with Ruby Riot for the WWE SamckDown Live women's championship. However, with the latest move of the Japanese, it looks like Charlotte will be the one, who will have her work cut out to end Auska's unbeaten run in the WWE.
Asuka vs Charlotte Flair is one of the marquee matches in today's women's wrestling and overall in the entire WWE as well.
In his recent Facebook blog, Mick Foley posted an image of Asuka and Charlotte facing-off against each other at Fastlane, with the WrestleMania 34 logo in the background and eventually claimed that he believes, the much-awaited contest between Asuka and Charlotte Flair will evidently steal the show this year at WrestleMania.
Do you think that Asuka will beat Charlotte down, following the confidence in herself and capabilities? On Sunday, she faces relative newcomer Ruby Riott, who will be joined by her Riott Squad members Liv Morgan and Sarah Logan.
While she came up to the main roster from NXT as a face and first won the Divas Championship as a face, she reached another level once she embraced a villainous persona.
- Mojo Rawley responded to fan's chanting "you can't wrestle" during his six man tag team loss on the WWE Fastlane Pre-show.
Another match that was confirmed was the SmackDown Live Women's Title match at WrestleMania. Asuka is all smiles as she confirms that it will be The Empress of Tomorrow vs.
- Fightful Wrestling's own Sean Ross Sapp released his podcast notes and match ratings after WWE Fastlane last night.
WrestleMania 34 takes place at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans on April 8.