Ric Flair “Is Begging People” To Wrestle Again

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In his final match, which took place on July 31, 2022, Ric Flair teamed up with his son-in-law Andrade El Idolo to defeat Jeff Jarrett & Jay Lethal.

The Nature Boy could eventually compete in another match, or perhaps he will genuinely stay retired this time. Despite the fact that most people are expecting he will eventually retire and remain so, there isn’t really a response to it.

Flair collapsed twice during his “Last Match” due to dehydration.

Flair stated on the most recent episode of his podcast that he wants to wrestle again and that he will be well-hydrated this time:

“I’m begging to do it again. I’m begging because I’ve told 100 people, ‘How do I forget to drink water all day long?’ That’s all that happened to me. You saw me. I drank 5 beers right after.”

Ric Flair
Ric Flair Leaves Ring After His Last Match

Ric Flair Also Spoke On Scott Steiner

Ric Flair on his podcast this week, claimed that Scott Steiner never took a drug test. The statement came in what could be seen as a rant about Eric Bischoff, Ric Flair was highlighting people that Eric should have gone after.

This is what Ric Flair said, “I’ve heard that figure, why he [Bischoff] chose me to make an example of rather than someone like Scott Steiner, or the guy that didn’t go to take drug tests, or why guys didn’t show up for house shows. Why pick me? And Scott Steiner is not the only one that didn’t take a drug test. They [WCW] just said, no. That was the worst wellness program ever installed in any company. I was there. I watched them walk in and out.”

While always a big man, Steiner has been seen as jacked beyond reasonable possibility. Scott Steiner has denied steroid use for years. Eric Bischoff has stated he wasn’t part of any drug testing protocol to determine whether or not Scott Steiner, or anyone else was using.

Arn Anderson addressed the change in an interview year ago, regarding Scott in WCW. “Now, when Scott became Big Poppa Pump, he was unrecognizable. I’d never seen a guy transform his body – he had huge arms and was in great shape when he was young, but he looked like a guy that could’ve went on the stage without any prior experience and won Mr. Olympia in bodybuilding.”


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