It is not a joke, it is not a bad joke, it is not a dream, it is all real: the Nature Boy Ric Flair will once again step on his beloved ring to make nostalgic fans dream of his glorious past career with dressing gowns and ankle boots on all the rings of the world.
Ric Flair confirmed this news himself, announcing that he will return to the ring on July 31 for Jim Crockett Promotions: "The rumors are true! I'm Going To Walk That Aisle, Style And Profile, one last time! July 31st!
Nashville, Tennessee! Jim Crockett Promotions! I'll prove once again, that to be the man, you have to beat the man! Now let's go to school! WOOOOO! TICKETS: RicFlairsLastMatch.com." The wrestler has also attached a video presentation for his glorious return with some images of his career while some writings present what is called "Ric Flairs Last Match"
The event will be available on FITE TV for those who want to enjoy it from a distance.
Ric Flair will be back in the ring
WWE legend Ric Flair has disclosed that he may not be allowed at WrestleMania 38, but he's "outsmarted" Nick Khan by getting a private box at the venue.
Rumors started rolling when the legend showed up in a couple of videos on social media with Jay Lethal training and was then confirmed by The Wrestling Observer Newsletter, ahead of this official announcement, which reported: “He's planning to go back to fighting again, yes.
I don't know many other details. He told me it was a secret but the rumor says that Ric Flair and FTR will go up against Rock 'n' Roll Express and somebody else. A match for which he is already training, but which is not exactly around the corner."
And also according to PWInsider, it will be in a multi-man match. Only this morning we also reported that one of the protagonists of the WCW, Chris Cruise, is trying in every way to stop Ric Flair from doing this thing, because he considers it dangerous for the man given his conditions, and honestly, it is not there 'unique, many are really worried.
We just have to see and hope that everything goes well. With this in mind, the legend noted that he may not be allowed at WrestleMania, but he's already made plans to get into the venue. "Can you imagine the entrance in Dallas, Texas (at WrestleMania) if the broken glass (Austin's entrance theme) and he walked out to wrestle? Oh my god," said Flair.
"I won't be allowed at the event (WrestleMania) but I'm going to get in somehow. I already rented a box in AT&T (WrestleMania 38 venue), I outsmarted him, I outsmarted Nick Khan and got my own box (private box)," said Ric Flair, laughing.