On International Women’s Day, The Queen took to social media to celebrate Javeira. She is a former Girl Up Teen Leader and is currently advocating for more women in STEM.
One of reasons she chose to focus on Girl Up Teen is because WWE took a decision to highlight women from Girl Up Teen who are moving mountains in their respective fields.
Other Superstars such as Bianca Belair and Sonya Deville have taken to social media to celebrate Girl Up Teen Leaders.
WWE has actively worked towards empowering women. Not only has the company ensured the Superstars receive longer matches and entertaining storylines, but have celebrated women in other nations who have worked hard for the improvement of their community.
Charlotte Flair is up against a tough woman at WrestleMania 38
Ronda Rousey returned to WWE at Royal Rumble 2022, and secured the victory during the women’s match. As the winner, she could challenge a champion of her choice, and she chose Charlotte Flair.
The duo will headline WrestleMania 38 Night 1. This will be the second time Flair and Rousey headline WrestleMania. Prior to this, they headline WrestleMania 35 alongside Becky Lynch in a triple threat match.
Coming to the match, either of them could walk out as the champion. However, it depends on whether or not Rousey is going to continue with the company for the long term. If she has returned to the company for just one feud, it’s possible Rousey will not win the match.
On the other hand, quite a few fans want Ronda Rousey to dethrone The Queen. During her first WWE run, fans had turned on Rousey. But this time, the fans are cheering for her louder than they’ve ever done. The fans’ admiration towards Rousey could turn creative decisions in Rousey’s favour.