Ric Flair launched a new idea



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Ric Flair launched a new idea

Apparently Ric Flair enjoyed risking his life and fainting several times during his match on July 31st which saw him star along with his son-in-law Andrade El Idolo in a couple match against Jeff Jarrett and Jay Lethal, so much so that he declares that he would like to go back to fighting even though that match was promoted as his last match.

The wrestler in fact seems inspired by the return to the ring of his friend, colleague and historical rival, Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat. The WWE Hall of Famer has in fact been announced to make his return to the ring at the age of 70, after a 12-year retirement from competitions, at the Dorton Arena in Raleigh, on November 27th.

The legendary WWF wrestler will fight for Big Time Wrestling and its Chairman, Steve Perkins, with the same CEO who in fact said about this return to the scene: "Ricky Steamboat is one of the greatest of all time and we are Excited to bring a legend back to the ring.

Interest will be very high and ticket sales start today."

Ric Flair is motivated

Speaking on his “To Be The Man” podcast, Ric Flair commented on Ricky Steamboat's return to the ring, despite previously claiming to be retired, and praising him in doing so.

“It's one of those occasions where no one will ever be Ricky Steamboat. So they should also watch it while they can and enjoy the opportunity, because there will never be another Ricky Steamboat. On every level, he's better than 50% of the men working today, and he wouldn't be in the ring if he wasn't.

He holds to a very high standard, and I guess he'll probably look better than the guys he's in the ring with because he's always in good shape." The Nature Boy then added making everyone tremble: "The return of Steamboat makes me want to come back again." WWE legend Ric Flair feels that some people do not deserve a slot in the Hall of Fame while discussing The Ultimate Warrior.

"I mean, here's the deal, you hold up the company, then you sue them - which he [The Ultimate Warrior] did, and then you end up in the Hall of Fame... There's a lot of people in the Hall of Fame that are there for - I can't figure out any rhyme or reason why they would be other than political stuff is gone awry politically and they're always wanting to heal damaged situations, which I admire them for."