Ric Flair makes a shocking revelation

by   |  VIEW 345

Ric Flair makes a shocking revelation

On July 31, 2022, what was called Ric Flair's Last Match was staged, an event within the event, in fact it was part of the long weekend of Summerslam also in Nashville, but under Jim Crockett Promotions together with the bigger event Starcast V.

We told you about the match through a small report, telling you exactly what happened during the main event in detail and then giving you the results of the whole card, since there were other matches to surround this challenge.

We also analyzed everything in one of our editorials “Queen Of Moonsault - Ric Flair's Last Match: Between fear and thirst for success” in a personal key, to give you a slightly more in-depth point of view than the classic report, data the importance of the event.

In the match, Nature Boy himself risked so much given his physical and medical situation, so much so that even Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat refused to face him despite having been offered to be his opponent.

Ric Flair is a wrestling legend

Now, Ric Flair has turned his attention to his latest Last Match and made an impassioned plea on his To Be The Man podcast, saying, “I pray that I can do it again.

I'm begging because I've told 100 people, 'How do I forget to drink water all day?' That's all that happened to me. Did you see me. I drank five beers right after," referring to the fact that he was dehydrated, which is why he didn't think it went well.

Flair then went on to explore the issues of the match itself explaining, “I can think of a lot of things that I messed up and things that I would like to change in matches. I just know it could have been something really wonderful.

You know, I happened to be dehydrated. I don't know how I could have made this mistake because you know how much work I have done with Lethal. We had it all figured out, and we had so much more to do. God, that would have been great." Ric Flair confessed that he wished he didn't say it was his last match and that he was offered to wrestle in Puerto Rico.

"I wish I hadn't said it was my last match. That’s gonna get heat. Hell, they wanted me to wrestle in Puerto Rico in Saturday night. I said 'Guys, I cannot get in the ring one week later.' And the guy looked at me and said 'Well, you know what, could retire in Puerto Rico can't you?' No, no, no that's not the point," said Flair.

Ric Flair