Ric Flair is on the hunt for the famous butterfly robe he wore for his WWE debut at Royal Rumble in 1992. The wrestling icon, 72, was known for his bold fashion choices during this decades-long career, but always had an affinity for the butterfly-designed black-and-white feathered robe. "It was...
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Becky Lynch and WWE Hall of Famer Ric Flair were among those backstage at Sunday’s WWE Hell In a Cell pay-per-view from the Yuengling Center in Tampa. There’s no word yet on what Lynch was doing backstage, or if she was just visiting, but PWInsider reports that she was in attendance. This comes days after Lynch was at the WWE Performance Center training in the ring for her WWE return, and was backstage at Friday’s SmackDown taping. Lynch watched fiancé Seth Rollins defeat Cesaro in singles action at the pay-per-view. Earlier in the day she took to Instagram to wish Rollins a Happy First Father’s Day, as seen in the post below.
Darius Rucker Opens Up About His Friendship With WWE Hall of Famer Ric Flair: ‘I Do a Lot of Things Because of You’
Like many people who were raised in the South, professional wrestling is something that country music star Darius Rucker loved as a youngster. And, his love for it has not diminished as he got older. One factor that keeps that love alive is his friendship with one of the most...
Between his popular "woo!" catchphrase, flashy jewelry and dance moves, one thing is for certain: Ric Flair had serious swagger in the ring. The 72-year-old WWE Legend has worn countless robes during his nearly four-decade career. The sparkly threads are now a hot commodity for collectors, even drawing interest from Hootie & the Blowfish frontman Darius Rucker - the singer once paid $35,000 for a white robe with Ric's nickname, "Nature Boy," written on the back.
Darius Rucker loved being a part of A&E’s WWE Most Wanted Treasures reality show. But will Sunday’s episode reveal whether the country star owns a key Ric Flair collectible?. Rucker teased his part of the show by tweeting a clip. He and Flair have been friends for more than 20...
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Hall of Fame wrestler Rick Flair discusses his episode of “WWE Most Wanted Treasures,” which airs Sunday, June 20 on A&E. The series follows memorabilia enthusiasts who search for lost WWE artifacts. Flair also reveals the origins of his iconic “Whooo” catchphrase. (June 16) Subscribe for more Breaking News: http://smarturl.it/AssociatedPress.
The WWE icon Ric Flair recently dropped some hints about the former WWE star Brock Lesnar who has been away from the company since his loss against Drew McIntyre at WrestleMania 36. There have been several speculations and rumors regarding his return to the company. Now, the two-time WWE Hall...
There's really only one guarantee that life holds for all of us and it's that it ends. We don't know when or how and it's up to us to make the most out of the time we have on this weird rock floating through outer space, but that doesn't make someone's passing that much easier to deal with, especially if we're unfortunate enough to outlive one of our own children. Sadly, that's what happened with longtime pro-wrestling superstar Ric Flair and his son Reid.
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News, press releases, letters to the editor: email@example.com. “The Mark Moses Show” is joined by Chris Graham of The Augusta Free Press to get his thoughts on the possibility of the College Football Playoff expanding in the next couple of years. Mark and Chris also discuss Coach K retiring at...
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VIP AUDIO 6/3 – WWE Then and Now w/Frank Peteani: Nate Lindberg co-hosts to talk WrestleMania X8 from 2002 and current events. Ric Flair vs. Undertaker, Austin vs. Hall, Rock vs. Hogan, Triple H vs. Jericho, more (129 min)
SPOTLIGHTED PODCAST ALERT (YOUR ARTICLE BEGINS A FEW INCHES DOWN)... SHOW SUMMARY: PWTorch contributor Nate Lindberg from the “PWT Talks NXT” Dailycast and author of “NXT Hits & Misses” and “Smackdown Alt Perspective” joins Frank to discuss the entire card of WrestleMania X8 from 2002 through today’s lens and mix in current events. They start by discussing the recent WWE releases and Mark Henry signing with AEW. They then move to the show featuring babyface Ric Flair vs. The Undertaker, “Stone Cold” Steve Austin vs. Scott Hall, The Rock vs. “Hollywood” Hulk Hogan, and Chris Jericho defending the WWF Undisputed Championship vs. Triple H with Stephanie McMahon in his corner. Focus topics include:
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As a guest on the Ariel Helwani MMA Show, Ric Flair spoke about signing with WWE in 1991 for a year and a half and how much that time in the company meant to him. Over the years, Flair described his frustrations with Jim Herd in WCW as the reason for him joining WWE. Herd once proposed to Flair that he cut his hair and change his name to Spartacus, which ticked off the Nature Boy.
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