Lately, we have kept you updated on the dismissal of Ric Flair from WWE, with the news that has started to run at the speed of light throughout the web, so much so that even the Nature Boy wanted to have his say. Just last night, through a post on his Instagram account, the Hall of Famer finally broke the silence after the official dismissal by WWE: "I want it to be clear to everyone that I am not mad at WWE at all.
[…] We have a different vision for my future. I wish them nothing but continued success! Thanks for everything! Nothing but respect!" Charlotte Flair is regarded as one of the greatest female wrestlers in the history of pro wrestling as she has done it all in Vince McMahon's promotion.
WWE Hall of Famer Bully Ray wants to see her in an intergender match and has pitched for a bout between The Queen and AEW star Cody Rhodes.
Ric Flair talks about Charlotte Flair
This morning we brought you the news that Dave Meltzer, the well-known journalist of the Wrestling Observer, would have picked up some pretty heavy information about Ric Flair's firing.
In fact, there is a rumor that the man complained to the management about the poor booking of his daughter Charlotte Flair, who had some problems after winning the Raw champion belt at Money In The Bank. Ric Flair in this regard replied, interviewed by People: "We did not agree on some business opportunities that I wanted to reach, so I asked for my release.
There was no animosity and everything was on friendly terms. It happens sometimes. in the business world [...] But how could I have any animosity towards the company that made me who I am? Some of my best friends in the world work in the company.
How could I be mad at the company my daughter is currently the most decorated wrestler in history? It was a mutually agreed decision and I will go on to pursue with other interesting businesses like my wine line, my network, as well as comics.
I had to make this decision personally for my business and my brand." As also mentioned in this morning's article, Meltzer's accusations are really heavy, with the man who, as always, never misses the opportunity to shoot Charlotte at zero.
In an interview from earlier this year, Charlotte Flair was asked about intergender wrestling. She believes that women need not have to compete against men, but it could work well in certain situations. "It’s no longer like, ‘The Divas and the male superstars.’ We’re all just superstars.
I don’t necessarily want or think that the women need to compete against the men but I do think in certain situations like with Reginald, did I say his name correctly? What he is doing with Sasha [Banks] is phenomenal but I don’t think that needs to be a common thing," said Charlotte Flair about intergender wrestling.
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