Ric Flair, a man and a wrestler who has been through a lot in life and has made it raw, but who has managed for better or for worse to enter the hearts of all professional wrestling fans with his talent and his unique personality.
Today Ric Flair celebrates 50 years of career in the ring, really many years for a tireless person who never stopped even a minute, always giving everything he had to entertain his fans. 50 years of 'wooooo', of Chop, of wonderfully embroidered and hand-decorated dressing gowns that made his entrances epic, of matches that made history, of rivalries that we will hardly forget, of crazy improprieties, of love for discipline.
Ric Flair celebrates 50 years of career
Obviously he could not celebrate this important milestone alone, so he celebrated in company and then posted a photo on social media writing: “Thanks to everyone who helped me celebrate my 50 years in the business!
One thing is certain… I WILL NEVER RETIRE! WOOOOO! # 50years of Ric Flair." What to say? He's a tough nut to crack as we found out this summer as well when he decided to get back in the ring one last time, or so it was said, even though he seems intent on returning when he challenged Jeff Jarrett and Jay Lethal to the side of the son-in-law Andrade in a dispute that has risked several times to make him say goodbye to the earth to reach the sky, but luckily he is great and continues to be the usual Ric Flair as always.
We just have to join the whole world of professional wrestling by wishing our best wishes to the Dirtiest Player in the Game, hoping he can leave even more a legacy that has already been carried on by his daughter Charlotte for a few years, but also by all the wrestlers he gives he learned so much.
No one will ever be like Ric Flair of course, but we encourage everyone to try and be a little bit like him, he must be pretty funny. WWE Hall of Famer Ric Flair recently revealed Bradley Cooper is in the running to play The Nature Boy in an upcoming movie.
“Well, there’s talks right now that I can’t mention. They are making a movie about my life and I know that they’ve talked to Bradley Cooper. I could see him doing that. I could see him. That’s the only name that’s come up I don’t...
That’s only rumored. I mean, I’ve heard it officially, but it’s not in place. So, ladies and gentlemen, it’s not true that he’s playing Ric Flair."