One of the greatest legends in the entire world of pro-wrestling currently still alive, is undoubtedly the 16 times WWE and WCW world champion, Ric Flair, also twice inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame and who in his career has truly done everything, against any athlete, carrying on matches, feuds and stable with the most disparate personalities of the world of discipline.
After having been in the world of discipline for twenty years, Ric obviously had to retire permanently from the rings of the Stamford-based company but also from the rings of other federations, with the last match at Wrestlemania 24, which therefore remains the last match played.
from the Nature Boy in the rings of the McMahon-owned company. After almost dying from very serious health problems, Ric has recovered in a great way, also slowly returning to using alcohol, one of his greatest weaknesses, with the former WWE fighter who in the last period would even be returned to the ring, to have some training with former ROH World Champion, Jay Lethal.
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In a spectacular video posted by Ric Flair himself on his personal Twitter account, the two-time Hall of Famer wanted to show how he is still in top form at the past 70 years, with the legendary WCW Four Horsemen athlete, who also took some bump not indifferent at this juncture, which many at his age would not be able to do.
Once again, Ric Flair has made it clear to his fans how a wrestler once born and forged by a thousand battles, will remain a wrestler for life, with the age that seems to be just a number for the Nature Boy, who still moves graceful and snappy in the pro-wrestling rings, despite the myriad of injuries in his career and the age that is now what it is.
After years from their last fight in the TNA rings, the two are thus back to having a training like the good old days, with Ric Flair who is not disfigured at all in this fragment, despite not playing in the rings of some great federation by now.
Speaking on his Wooooo Nation Uncensored podcast, Flair was asked for his opinion on Douglas’ ECW promos about him. The 16-time world champion told his co-host, Mark Madden, that the 57-year-old did not succeed in the business: “Who is Shane Douglas? Who is he today? I’m asking.
You know him real well, who is he?… He certainly means nothing to me in terms of being a talent. He never succeeded anywhere. He can say what he wants to say. I don’t think you’ll see him in a Hall of Fame anywhere any time soon," said Flair.