“It Doesn’t Get Any Better” – Ric Flair Reacts To Recent Comments From The Undertaker

Ric Flair & The Undertaker

Ric Flair is one of the most iconic names in the history of professional wrestling. The two-time WWE Hall of Famer has racked up championship accomplishments, earning sixteen world titles along with numerous other accolades.

One man who has lots of respect for the Nature Boy is fellow WWE Hall of Famer The Undertaker, who revealed during a recent interview that he puts Flair on his personal Mount Rushmore of wrestling alongside Andre the Giant, Steve Austin, and Hulk Hogan.

When asked about Undertaker’s words on a recent episode of To Be the Man, Ric Flair was full of praise for The Deadman as well, pointing to their personal friendship and saying he can’t wait to catch up with ‘Taker at the upcoming WrestleMania weekend in Los Angeles.

“It doesn’t get any better. Yeah, he’s, well, you know, we’re fabulous friends. We’ve had, just a wonderful, our careers, our time as they get together during our careers. When we were, I was with him in the 90s. And then of course, during all the 2000 thing, and then I had the match with him in Toronto, which really got me back up on my feet. And we just become tremendously tremendously close through the years. I can’t wait to see him at autograph signings, I can’t wait to see him at Mania.”

Ric Flair Last Competed In July Of 2022

At 73 years old, Ric Flair competed in what was billed as Ric Flair’s Last Match on July 31, 2022. During the bout, he teamed with son-in-law Andrade El Idolo to take on the team of Jeff Jarrett and Jay Lethal.

Though Flair and Andrade were victorious in the end, Flair showed signs of visible distress during the match, not only bleeding profusely but also appearing to pass out at one point. However, after being examined by medical staff, it was determined that he escaped without serious injury.

While the match received criticism from fans, it was a huge financial success, and Flair revealed that he himself earned $300,000 for his participation.

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