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Jeff Jarrett Addresses Criticism of Ric Flair’s “Last Match”

WWE Hall of Famer Jeff Jarrett addressed the criticism of Ric Flair’s “last match” in Nashville, Tennessee, during a Highspots TV panel. “Obviously, being in it is completely different than watching it. But I have learned this, and we’ve heard it for years and years, expectations – I think everybody in their mind had a completely different expectation going in and they do remember Ric and the glory years. Nobody likes to remember fat Elvis, everybody likes to remember [glory days] Elvis. I totally get that. You can’t kill a memory. Dutch Mantel used to ingrain that in my brain, and I believe that. But the expectation of what did you expect is something. Then, to get right down into it… it’s really fascinating in so many ways that the expectations of so many, both inside the business and out, were so mixed. Across the board.”
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Jay Lethal says it was 'unreal' to be in the ring with Jeff Jarrett and Ric Flair for 'Last Match' event

During his interview on Busted Open Radio, Jay Lethal was asked how he felt after being teaming with Jeff Jarrett against Ric Flair and Andrade in Flair’s retirement match:. "I think when I finally settle down and realize it, my brain is going to explode. I I can't believe I got to team with, first of all, Jeff Jarrett. I mean, I can't tell you how many times my brother and I have said 'Don't piss me off'. I can't tell you how many times I've sung, 'With my Baby tonight.’”

Ric Flair wins last match against Jay Lethal & Jeff Jarrett

Ric Flair emerged victorious in what was billed as his final wrestling match Sunday evening in Nashville, Tennessee. Flair, 73, teamed with son-in-law Andrade El Idolo to defeat Jeff Jarrett and Jay Lethal. The finish had Conrad Thompson, Flair’s other son-in-law, throw brass knuckles to Andrade, who gave them to Flair. Flair then used them to strike Jarrett and put Jarrett in the figure four leglock as referee David Miller ran in and counted to three, giving Flair and Andrade the win.
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WWE HOFer Ric Flair Wins Last Match; Teamed with Andrade vs. Jeff Jarrett, Jay Lethal

Competing in the final match of his illustrious career, "Nature Boy" Ric Flair teamed with his son-in-law, All Elite Wrestling star Andrade El Idolo, to defeat Jeff Jarrett and Jay Lethal on Sunday at Nashville Municipal Auditorium in Nashville, Tennessee. Here comes the Nature Boy! <a href="">#RicFlairsLastMatch</a> <a href=""></a>. FITE...

Ric Flair Teaming Up W/ Andrade To Fight Jeff Jarrett, Jay Lethal In Last Match

It's official ... TMZ Sports has learned WWE legend Ric Flair is teaming up with his son-in-law, Andrade, to fight Jeff Jarrett and Jay Lethal in his "last match" ever. For months, there had been speculation about who'd join Flair inside the ring for arguably the biggest night of his career ... so it's fitting he chose his daughter Charlotte's husband, Andrade.