WWE star Charlotte Flair shows off insane ripped body as she works out after returning to RAW following week-long ban

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CHARLOTTE FLAIR has shown off her incredibly ripped body by sharing an impressive work out clip.

The Queen, 35, posted a clip yesterday on Twitter of her outside working her arms in the sunshine.

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Charlotte Flair wowed fans with her latest work out clip[/caption]
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The Queen showed off her epic physique with the clip[/caption]
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The impressive footage attracted plenty of comments from her social media followers[/caption]

Happy Sunday 👸🏼💪🏻👊🏻#TOPTIER #TheOpportunity pic.twitter.com/HibpWdo7lR

— Charlotte Flair (@MsCharlotteWWE) May 2, 2021

Wearing a mask, the legendary WWE star wowed her followers as she provided another glimpse of her stunning physique.

Flair captioned the work out video with: “Happy Sunday #TOPTIER #TheOpportunity.”

And her fans were quick to praise her as responses flooded in.

One wrote: “Her ab game is always on point.”

Another said: “Let’s go queen.”

A fellow Flair fan commented: “She’s insane!”

As another declared: “The Queen has activated beast mode.”

Flair recently hit the headlines after she was fined $100k for beating up WWE referee Eddie Orengo following her loss to Asuka on April 19.

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Bow down to the #Queen pic.twitter.com/iOQPjH76Q5

— Behind The Fiends (@btfiends) May 3, 2021

Let’s go queen 💪👑🔥pic.twitter.com/hsMBkN3luR

— Stephen 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿 (@Stephen__NHS) May 2, 2021

The Queen has activated beast mode pic.twitter.com/NX5LWReACX

— Cane4lyfe (@Chuckles791) May 2, 2021
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Charlotte Flair was suspended and fined after attacking a referee last month[/caption]

She returned to the ring this week when Sonya DeVille decided to cut-short her suspension on Raw.

The 12-time women’s champ then appeared on WWE’s The Bump.

And she did not hold back as she told everybody she is the face of the women’s division and does not need to hold the title.

Flair said: “I don’t want to diminish what the championships mean, and I don’t want to say bigger.

“But I don’t need to hold a championship to be the champion.

“You don’t have to be the face of the division to hold the gold.”

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