Ric Flair expresses his opinion on the best current talents



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Ric Flair expresses his opinion on the best current talents

On his new podcast "Wooooo Nation Uncensored", Nature Boy Ric Flair voiced his thoughts on some of the best athletes of the moment, including Kenny Omega, AJ Styles, Randy Orton, his daughter Charlotte, Sasha Banks and more.

On Kenny Omega, AJ Styles and Randy Orton, Ric Flair stated: "I don't see any weaknesses for them. After being in Mexico with Kenny Omega, when he fought with Andrade, I was even more impressed. Seeing someone on TV, being with him is really amazing, he's a wonderful guy.

I think the fact that he has fought with everyone, in every style, all over the world, is what it takes to truly become such a great guy in this business. I put him and AJ Styles and Randy Orton, like athletes of a whole other class."

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On Young Bucks and Usos: "I would say that both are two of my favorite tag teams. They have a different style than Tully and Arn, but seeing the way wrestling is done today, I think the Usos are phenomenal and the Young Bucks do things I've never seen anyone else do."

On CM Punk and Bryan Danielson: "Well, if I look at the ratings, I don't know what they would have contributed to in AEW right now. Both are big stars in the industry of course. Both have been very successful, but I don't know if they have improved the AEW.

They should never make less than 1.1 million viewers. If they got there once and then brought all this talent and came back, then something is wrong. That doesn't mean it's anyone's fault. I'm just saying I don't get it, if you have that much talent on your roster, you've hit the 1 million goal once and then come back.

If you don't look at the ratings and the show, but only see the roster, you expect more than a million viewers." On Vince McMahon holding people back: "I know that in WWE if you're really good, you're always on TV.

People complain about not getting opportunities or being held back. I think you can't be forced to do something if there you're okay with it. If you are better than someone who is on the show and you point it out. Vince will put that athlete on the show.

It's nice to have self-confidence, self-esteem and feel good but Vince doesn't hold back anyone and knows how to recognize talent." Ric Flair is none too happy with RAW Women's Champion Becky Lynch. "So Disappointed!

I Did This Out Of Respect For You @BeckyLynchWWE! It Made You Millions & Made Me Nothing. After 40 Years Of Being The Man... The Company Doesn't Own It, And Neither Do You! I'll Always Be The Man! Ask Your Husband," Ric Flair said in a tweet.