Who will be Ric Flair's opponent?



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Who will be Ric Flair's opponent?

Recently, we revealed that Ric Flair will officially return to the scene for one last match of his career: "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." As reported by Dave Meltzer in his Wrestling Observer Figure Four Online, Ric Flair has exclusively let him know that it will be a multi-man match, with the Nature Boy teaming up with Dax Harwood and Cash Wheeler who are the FTR, and their opponents will be the Rock N 'Roll Express and someone else.

Ric Flair is ready

Ric Flair believes WWE Hall of Famer Barry Windham should be remembered for his contribution to the pro wrestling business. While the article is being written, the match has yet to be officially revealed, with the idea that it could be done closer to the date of the event, but Fightful wanted to give a little update on who the name could be that has not yet been revealed In fact, the well-known American site said that according to some sources he's a legendary wrestler who in his career was one of Ric Flair's best rivals and we are obviously talking about Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat, who should be paired with Rock.

N 'Roll Express. If true, this would be the wrestler's first match in twelve years, as he last fought in 2010 in a tag team match with his son against Caylen Croft & Trent Baretta. While for Ric Flair it is his first match since his 2011 victory against Sting in TNA.

If so it would be truly epic, also because as already mentioned the two are known for their great matches in the ring and a beautiful rivalry. Among other things, Ric Flair himself has often repeated, for example, that Sasha Banks is the Ricky Steamboat for her daughter Charlotte Flair, to compare their rivalries.

Flair praised the WWE Hall of Famer for the match and called him an underrated pro wrestling legend. "He was so natural, so good. We never talked about anything, we had great chemistry. I wish his name were remembered in more high regard because Barry Windham was one of the greatest of all-time.

'One of the greatest' - I'll use that word for Barry Windham all day long. He had a knee injury and a couple of different things. When Barry wanted to and when he was healthy, he was as good as anybody, especially considering he's 6'6" and 255-260 pounds," said Ric Flair.