Killer Kross comments on Ric Flair's last match

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Killer Kross comments on Ric Flair's last match

As everyone knows by now, Ric Flair will return to the ring for his last match on July 31 in Nashville (Tennessee). The same city will also host SummerSlam on July 30th. Many colleagues and industry experts have criticized the 'Nature Boy' to return to fighting, given his age and the health problems that have plagued him in recent years.

The 16 times world champion has tried in every way to reassure his loved ones, but doubts and perplexities remain. Ric has had a legendary career, full of successes and memorable feuds. Suffice it to say that Flair was able to complete the Triple Crown in both WCW and WWE.

In a recent interview with Sportskeeda, former WWE star Killer Kross commented that SummerSlam - the biggest pay-per-view of the summer - takes place on the same weekend as Ric Flair's last match.

Killer Kross talks about Ric Flair

"It is no coincidence that Ric Flair's last match takes place on the same weekend as SummerSlam.

I find it a bit unusual, but it doesn't bother me. I think it's good for both sides because people will have the opportunity to watch both shows” - analyzed Killer Kross. A few days ago, Mark Madden begged the 'Nature Boy' not to take any chances: “It doesn't take a genius to understand that it's not wise to put a 73-year-old man in the ring with a pacemaker who was in a coma just four years ago.

It's stupid to risk so much for a futile wrestling match. The great thing is that some people think it's a good idea. I don't really know what they have in their brains”. Gerald Brisco echoed: “My thoughts and prayers are for Ric right now.

He has had several health problems in the past few years and has a damn pacemaker. I know that he has talked to a number of doctors and that they have reassured him, but it doesn't seem like a wise choice to me”. The Stamford-based promotion removed Flair and his sound effect from the signature in 2021 after allegations of misconduct were made against him by flight attendant Heidi Doyle during the infamous "Plane Ride From Hell." The company replaced Flair with fellow Hall of Famer, The Ultimate Warrior in its video package and also removed his merchandise from the WWE Shop at the time.

The WWE Universe had all sorts of reactions to WWE, adding Flair back in the signature video package. While most congratulated the two-time Hall of Famer, some were not too thrilled with the idea.