Former WWE star analyzes Ric Flair's last match



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Former WWE star analyzes Ric Flair's last match

Barring further twists and turns, Ric Flair played his last match on July 31 in Nashville. The 16-time world champion teamed up with his son-in-law Andrade El Idolo to defeat Jay Lethal and Jeff Jarrett. Although there were some moments of apprehension during the dispute, the 'Nature Boy' did well and did not encounter any particular physical problems at the end of the meeting.

The 73-year-old from Memphis can be considered a monument of modern wrestling, having made millions of fans fall in love in every corner of the planet. In 2012, he also became the first athlete in history to be inducted twice into the WWE Hall of Fame, both individually and as a member of the 'Four Horsemen'

In a lengthy interview with Sportskeeda, former WWE superstar Chris Harris expressed his opinion on Ric Flair's latest performance.

Chris Harris on Ric Flair

"I got to see the last match of the legendary Ric Flair.

I was hoping to meet him, but I couldn't. If anyone expected more from the meeting, it was clear that he would be disappointed. Let's not forget that this man is over 70 years old. Ric wanted to get involved for the umpteenth time and left the scene on his terms.

I think all I need to say is a huge thank you,” said Harris. Dutch Mantell echoed: “I didn't watch the event, but the organization was really fantastic. They gave life to a memorable evening and the placement after SummerSlam proved to be perfectly suited.

From what I read, there was no shortage of emotions and Ric Flair 'greeted' the audience in the way he did. Jeff Jarrett and Jay Lethal did a great job helping Ric shine. I'm happy that Flair managed to finish the match without too much difficulty.

Many fans went to the arena to pay homage to a man who indelibly marked the 80s and 90s. I congratulate him. At the same time, I'm not entirely sure it was his last match”. WWE Hall of Famer Ric Flair believes that Randy Orton "has a better shot" at beating his long-standing world title record than John Cena.

“I don’t think so. I don’t think they will ever give it to a part-time performer. I think that Randy Orton has a better shot at it, Randy will come back, but he has to have surgery. But I certainly wouldn’t be offended because the real number is 21."