Ric Flair reveals who he wants to beat his 16x World title record

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Ric Flair reveals who he wants to beat his 16x World title record

One of the legendary wrestlers who are best known globally in the pro-wrestling discipline is undoubtedly two-time WWE Hall of Famer, Ric Flair. After a career spanning over 40 years, the WWE Nature Boy has decided a few years ago to hang up his boots, despite the fact that in the last period he has insisted several times with the WWE to return skilled in the in-ring fight, to help grow the young Lacey Evans, in the feud with her daughter Charlotte.

After having trod the most famous rings in the world, from WWE to WCW, also passing through TNA, NWA and Japan, Ric Flair has now reached that age in which the body no longer allows you to have major physical bumps or impressive ones.

athletic competitions, with WWE using it only as a special attraction or as a manager.

Ric Flair is recognized as a 16x World Champion

Apparently, in his latest interview with Wrestling Inc for the occasion, Ric Flair wanted to talk once again about his personal record set in the WWE rings, with an overall tally of world titles won, between WCW and the WWE which reaches 16 kingdoms.

According to the Nature Boy, only certain wrestlers could break this record, with WWE's Hall of Famer explaining: "I think every record has to be broken someday, number one. I couldn't be more proud of it. I think the same thing as all the rest of the world records.

To be honest with you, I'd like my daughter to break my record. Randy Orton expressed his desire to do it, even to me. Who knows? It would be fun because I'd really like to see Randy beat him. John, surely I would not be against the idea of ​​seeing him beaten by John as well (Cena ed), but I think that the person who will do it will be a full-time performer, just because I think it is better for the company, without raising anything.

individual. I have won all 16 of my titles in the space of 20 years. It's hard to imagine, but I predict that John, Randy and Charlotte can do it. I often tell her that there will still be huge matches for her in her future.

Another great match is the one with Sasha, or with Bianca Belair or with Rhea Ripley. The secret is being able to stay in the great physical condition and in excellent health for a long time. She is. You can't afford to be out for long.

Randy has had a few injuries but he's always back. His shoulders have battered him in the past. I once thought that an injury could end his career, always on his shoulder, but he is back stronger than ever. He is in great health.

John, of course, is also a physicist and second to none. The same as Charlotte." On this week's RAW, Charlotte Flair announced that she wants to face Asuka at WrestleMania 37 for the RAW Women's Championship. If the match happens, it will be the second time that Flair and Asuka will face each other at WrestleMania, having faced each other at WrestleMania 34.