Kevin Love dating WWE Divas champion Charlotte

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Kevin Love and Charlotte. (Photo Courtesy: Erik Drost and Miguel Discart/Wikimedia)

Ric Flair has given his blessing for Cleveland Cavaliers star Kevin Love to date her daughter, Charlotte. The two-time WWE Hall of Famer revealed in a recent interview how he met Love during the playoffs last season.

Charlotte and Ric Flair recently appeared on “SI Now” with Maggie Gray to promote WrestleMania 32. It turned into the 16-time world champion partially embarrassing his daughter on national television.

“She’s being very shy. Kevin Love wants her digits. I am the Cavaliers’ biggest fan. I love LeBron; met Kevin Love for the first time last year in the playoffs. And the first thing he said was, ‘I’m a huge fan of yours, but I love your daughter,’” Ric said.

And what are the qualities of Kevin Love that the wrestling legend liked? “He’s single. He makes a lot of money. He’s a man. I think he’s fantastic, he’s a good guy,” Flair added.

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However, the 27-year-old Cavs star should be careful if he decides to actually date Charlotte, whose real name is Ashley Fliehr. According to Sports Grid, she has been divorced twice already and might be looking to beat her father’s record of four divorces in one lifetime.

Nevertheless, Love and Charlotte are both busy with their lives as of the moment to even think about. The 29-year-old wrestler will be making her WrestleMania debut at the AT&T Stadium in Dallas on April 3. She will be defending her WWE Divas championship in Triple Threat Match against Sasha Banks and Becky Lynch.

On the other hand, Love is trying to find his form as the Cavaliers will be entering the playoffs in a very bad time. The team has been in a social mess as of late with reported chemistry problems among its star players. He’s averaging 15.8 points, 9.9 rebounds and 2.4 assists per game this season.

Photo Courtesy: Erik Drost and Miguel Discart/Wikimedia

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