Sasha Banks and 5 others fantasy NWO members

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WWE wrestling stars Sasha Bank (R) and Charlotte Flair (L) fight during a WWE (World Wrestling Entertainment) women’s fight at the Olympic hall in Munich, southern Germany, on November 3, 2016. / AFP / CHRISTOF STACHE (Photo credit should read CHRISTOF STACHE/AFP via Getty Images) /

Charlotte Flair

The last name says it all. Charlotte Flair is widely considered to be the best woman in professional wrestling today. Regardless of if there’s agreement on that placement, she certainly deserves to be listed among the top of that group. Her last name links her to the legendary stable that is the Four Horsemen. But imagine a world where it looked like she was going to be a part of that group, only to join the NWO instead.

Suspend your belief for a moment and think of a world where both Ric Flair and his daughter are performing in WCW. Instead of David Flair, who was brought in that time, the world was introduced to the Charlotte that has become beloved today. Just now when she is endeared herself to fans by siding with her dad, she hits him with his own classic move, the low blow, setting off the turn that would break Ric’s heart. Donning black and white ring gear would set a stark contrast to the flamboyant appearance of the Nature Boy.

Plus, Charlotte can compete in any style of intergender match. Back during that era of professional wrestling, the women were not given the same level of time and respect as they are given today. Charlotte would be an example of why all of that needed changing. We know that she and Ric would have an exceptional match in every sense of the word. It would not need to stop there, to be honest, she could even rise to the position of leadership in this hypothetical New World Order.