The Queen is taking a page from her former best friend SmackDown Women’s Champ Becky Lynch, tweeting some smack over the use of the 4 Horsewomen moniker in the WWE and the NXT Women’s Champ isn’t having it.
As reported earlier by AllWrestling.Com, Charlotte made a tweet on Sunday that eluded to the UFC 4 Horsewomen – RAW Women’s Champ Ronda Rousey, NXT Women’s Champ Shayna Baszler and NXT Superstars Marina Shafir and Jessamyn Duke – were essentially fangirls and the real 4 Horsewomen are Flair, Lynch, Bayley and Sasha Banks.
On Monday, Baszler responded that the UFC version is the real deal because they are actually a united group while the WWE version is catty and often fight each other. Flair took offense because of her legacy as her father, Ric, was with the original 4 Horsemen group and she even tweeted Impact Knockouts star Tessa Blanchard, daughter of another 4 Horseman, Tully Blanchard, and she had Flair’s back. Here’s the replay of their Twitter war of words:
https://t.co/0HxIJJX6YD It’s my first painting of MMA’s Four Horsewomen in this week’s @WWE #Canvas2Canvas! @RondaRousey, @QoSBaszler, @jessamynduke and @MarinaShafir are ready to throw down! pic.twitter.com/5Ycanw1zMI
— Rob Schamberger (@robschamberger) November 25, 2018
Cool piece Rob but only a Flair can throw up the 4 and have it mean something. @MsCharlotteWWE crew is the real 4 Horsewomen. We need to see this battle! pic.twitter.com/AXk7f2cp6S
— Original Cyn Content (@OriginalCynergy) November 25, 2018
— Shayna Baszler (@QoSBaszler) November 25, 2018
The OG 4 horseman weren’t just simply 4 wrestlers that made history, they were friends, a real TEAM. Like us, the only ACTUAL team here. Those others, sure they made history, but they’ve never been a team. They are barely friends half the time. #4HW #FourHorsewomen
— Shayna Baszler (@QoSBaszler) November 26, 2018
Oh, please do tell me about the original horsemen. Maybe @Tess_Blanchard would want to hear too! ??
— Charlotte Flair (@MsCharlotteWWE) November 26, 2018
Diamonds are forever. #Birthright
Go teach these broads some respect, sis. https://t.co/qpnCvp3oyd
— Tessa Blanchard (@Tess_Blanchard) November 26, 2018