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Ric Flair Says He’s “Very Happy” With His Last Match

During an interview with Michael Morales of Lucha Libre Online, WWE Hall of Famer Ric Flair spoke about his last match and how he was “very happy with it.”. Flair had his last match on July 31, where he teamed with his son-in-law Andrade El Idolo to go against Jay Lethal and WWE Hall of Famer Jeff Jarrett at the Ric Flair’s Last Match event. Flair and Andrade won the match.
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Ric Flair Is ‘Very Happy’ With Last Match, Talks Having Family There For Bout

Ric Flair had his final match last week, and he says he is “very happy” with it. Flair spoke with Lucha Libre Online last night for a new interview discussing his bout with his son-in-law Andrade El Idolo against Jeff Jarrett and Jay Lethal at Starrcast V last Sunday. You can check out the highlights from the discussion below, courtesy of Fightful:
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Ric Flair 'very happy' with Last Match performance

For the first time since last Sunday's Last Match pay-per-view, Ric Flair spoke about his performance, saying he was very happy with it. Flanked by his son-in-law Andrade El Idolo, the 73-year-old spoke to Lucha Libre Online ahead of their appearance at Saturday's WWC's 49th Anniversary show and was asked about how things went last Sunday.

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 opening Wooooo! Wings ‘virtual’ restaurants in Alabama

Soon after wrestling his last match, Ric Flair has opened his first Wooooo! Wings “virtual” restaurants. Flair, the brilliantly braggadocious pro wrestling legend, is launching the chicken venture in six markets, including two in Alabama: Huntsville and Tuscaloosa. Nashville was the first market. Los Angeles, San Antonio and Jacksonville, Fla. are the other three so far.

Ric Flair was a bloody mess in fitting last wrestling match

Ric Flair’s final wrestling match could’ve transported a diehard fan back in time. He did his iconic strut down to the ring, led the sold-out crowd in his “Woo!” chant, and his face was covered in blood to end the match, as it often was in his glory days. The 73-year-old Flair also faked a heart attack at one point and was visibly exhausted at other points. Flair’s first match since 2011 ended the only way it could: with his signature figure-four leglock. He pulled it off in front of a sold-out crowd of nearly 10,000 fans at Municipal Auditorium in...

Ric Flair explains why Derrick Henry is his favorite player

Wherever pro wrestling legend Ric Flair goes, he draws a crowd. So, it was no surprise when Flair, who was invited to attend Tennessee Titans training camp on Thursday by head coach Mike Vrabel, suddenly found himself in an impromptu post-practice media scrum. Flair, 73, shared with reporters what he...

Ric Flair says he's been "drinking every night" ahead of tonight's Last Match event

Ahead of what is being billed as his last match, Ric Flair appeared on TMZ to promote tonight's event in Nashville and he talked about some of his recent health setbacks. Flair said he thought he had pneumonia and then he thought he got COVID and then he got plantar fasciitis on his foot which he described as "brutal."Flair said that everything is now "A-OK" and he is good to go for tonight's show. Flair also stated that he never thought about postponing tonight's show.