Ric Flair Talks About Wrestling’s Greatest Performers
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Ric Flair is one of the greatest wrestling performers of all-time, and he recently spoke about who he believes are the greatest performers in wrestling industry. Many people actually believe that Ric Flair is the greatest wrestler of all time.
However, Ric himself does not believe he is the greatest of all time. He spoke about this on the After The Bell podcast.
Ric Flair Praises The Undertaker, Randy Orton, Stone Cold and Shawn Michaels
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The greatest performer in our business of all time is Shawn Michaels," Flair said. Shawn Michaels is actually one of the most versatile wrestlers that the wrestling industry has ever seen. He was absolutely phenomenal at performing high-flying moves and was also good at executing power moves.
He was not the biggest or largest wrestler in the WWE, but he made up for it by being extremely quick and a perfect executioner of moves. He was also very good on the mic, and he actually performed well as a heel and babyface.
Flair went on to talk about Shawn’s legendary fights against the Undertaker. Ric himself fought Shawn at Wrestlemania 24, which was Ric’s first retirement match. According to Ric, Shawn actually carried him through the match, as Ric was absolutely past his prime.
However, Ric stated that the best worker in the business right now is his daughter, Charlotte Flair. According to Ric, Charlotte is very athletic and has a huge amount of determination to be the best. Ric Flair also mentioned Triple H, The Undertaker, Randy Orton, and Stone Cold.
According to him. The Undertaker is the biggest star in the wrestling business. The Undertaker made his WWE debut in 1991 and since then managed to somehow keep himself relevant even after nearly 30 years of performing regularly for the WWE.
He moved really well, even though he was a big guy. He has also fought some of the best wrestlers that the WWE has ever produced, and is still considered by many to be the greatest wrestling character in history. The other star that he mentioned was Stone Cold.
Stone Cold actually saved the WWE and helped them win the Monday Night Wars. Stone Cold had a feud with Vince McMahon that eventually helped the WWE RAW get better ratings than WCW Nitro. Stone Cold was also one of the best money-making machines that the WWE has ever produced, as he used to sell out crowds very easily.