“Horrible” – Wrestling Veteran On Ric Flair’s Last Match

Ric Flair knocking out Jeff Jarrett

One veteran of the wrestling business has given their opinion on Ric Flair’s last ever match, calling the bout “literally horrible.”

On July 31st, Ric Flair competed in his last match, teaming with his son-in-law, AEW’s Andrade El Idolo to take on the team of Jeff Jarrett and Jay Lethal in Nashville, Tennessee with a who’s who of wrestling in attendance.

Ric Flair emerged from the match victorious after proving himself to be the Dirtiest Player In The Game one more time by laying Jeff Jarrett out with brass knuckles before locking in his Figure Four leg lock while Jarrett’s shoulders were counted to the mat.

Speaking on Story Time with Dutch Mantell, wrestling veteran Dutch Mantell gave his thoughts on the match and thinks fans in attendance would have been happy with a more cameo appearance from Flair and says those watching were concerned about The Nature Boy’s health:

“If he says it’s good, brother I mean, the match was not good. And I think the people would have been happy just to see him walk to the ring, do a little bit, get out, and do the finish. Because it was a tribute to Ric Flair’s 50 years, or whatever he contributed to the business. The match was literally horrible.”

“I mean, you could tell he was blown. You thought he was going to die at one point. You looked at him and he looked out. And it wasn’t a flattering look at all. And I think even Undertaker and Foley, and Bret Hart, I think they were concerned about his health. They were concerned whether he was going to make it out of that ring alive.”

h/t Sportskeeda