“Disgust Yourselves” – Ric Flair Reveals Astronomical Earnings From His Last Match

Ric Flair entrance at 'Ric Flair's Last Match' event

At 73 years old, Ric Flair competed in what he claims to be his actual, for real, not-kidding-this-time final bout back in July of 2022. At an event aptly named Ric Flair’s Last Match, the two-time WWE Hall of Famer teamed up with his son-in-law Andrade El Idolo to take on the team of Jeff Jarrett and Jay Lethal.

Flair emerged victorious in the bout, but not without shedding blood, sweat, and tears along the way. At one point, the legend appeared to pass out in the ring, and the decision to compete despite health concerns drew criticism from fans and wrestling veterans alike. Fortunately, Flair didn’t suffer any lasting damage from the match and was declared “fine” after being checked over by medical staff.

Addressing the harsh criticism he’s received on a recent episode of To Be The Man, Flair said that detractors can “disgust themselves” with the fact that he earned an incredible $300,000 from the bout.

“I don’t pay any attention to that. You know what I say to that? I made $300,000. Go f*ck yourself. That’s right, I made $300,000 disgusting you. Disgust yourself for 300 grand, how about that motherf*ckers.”

Ric Flair Has Also Earned A Fair Amount Of Money On Cameo

Flair recently hit out at his detractors saying he needed money from his final bout when he revealed his incredible earnings on the custom video platform Cameo. On a previous episode of To Be the Man, the WWE Hall of Famer spoke to co-host Conrad Thompson about his promo skills, revealing that his famous silver tongue has earned him plenty making custom videos for fans.

Showing Thompson his phone, he revealed that he’s earned $669,000 in less than two years. The two then joked about people who claimed the star only participated in Ric Flair‘s Last Match because he needed the money.

Flair’s Cameo offerings are priced as follows:

  • Personalized video: $500
  • Business video: $10,000
  • Live video call: $1,500

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