Many legends attended Ric Flair's last match



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Many legends attended Ric Flair's last match

On 31st July, Ric Flair's famous last match was staged at the Starrcast V event, which gave many beautiful moments for wrestling fans and hosted another event: Ric Flair's Last Match. During this event, which has now become part of history, as everything Ric Flair does, several personalities from the world of professional wrestling also appeared, both live and on film.

Ric Flair has invited many friends

Starting from those who were not present, but decided to leave a video message, we had: Sting, Cody Rhodes, Jim Ross, Dixie Carter, Nick Aldis, JBL, Trish Stratus, Shawn Michaels, Dolph Ziggler, Doug Dillinger and Kurt Angle.

In particular, Cody Rhodes said that his father, Dusty Rhodes, was very proud to be Ric Flair's greatest rival, even if he would never admit it. Also, he added that Ric Flair can have as many last matches as he wants because he has earned that right.

While Sting and JR obviously talked about his career calling him the best of all time and Sting also thanked him in a particular way for putting him in the spotlight in 1988. While Aldis let himself go in beautiful words saying that what he has fact the Nature Boy has influenced the lives of many people and he hopes that man will never forget it.

As also told in our report of the event, physically present there were also other personalities, in fact there were, sitting in the audience, also: Mick Foley, The Undertaker, Michelle McCool, Santino Marella, Al Snow, Bret Hart Diamond Dallas Page (also intervened in the ring for one of the matches) and Jerry Lawler.

While backstage, not shown on the cameras, there was also the Nature Boy's daughter, WWE Superstar Charlotte Flair. In addition, according to PWInsider, backstage were also: Michael Hayes, Northeast Wrestling promoter Mike Lombardi, Shane Helms, Mojo Rawley, Jimmy Valiant, Mickie James, Dennos Condrey, The Nasty Boys, Rikishi, Miro, CJ / Lana, Magnum TA, Rey and Dominik Mysterio.

Most importantly, through this match, Ric Flair proved his detractors wrong and emerged from his swan song without severe injuries. "The doctors were waiting for him the second he returned to the locker room area. He was obviously spent after the bout, but after resting and being checked out, he was saying he was starving and wanted to go eat.

So, as scary some of the PPV bout was [especially the last third of the bout], we are told Flair is fine and heading out for the rest of his evening in Nashville," Johnson reported.