Ric Flair has hit back at Becky Lynch in a now deleted tweet after the Raw Women’s Champion took her own shot at the WWE Hall of Famer.
The war of words between Becky Lynch and Ric Flair shows no sign of reaching a ceasefire. In the aftermath of her victory over Liv Morgan, Becky Lynch shared a photo of herself alongside Hip Hop group Migos after they had made their own appearance at the event.
In the post, Lynch wrote that the trio’s next song should be called “Big Time Drip.” A clear reference to the 2017 track “Ric Flair Drip” from Migos member Offset. Flair even appeared in the video in typical ‘limousine ridin’, jet-flyin” style.
Flair has since responded to post with a tweet of his own which has now been deleted. The 16-time World Champion shared the two photos side by side, writing that one was real and the other make believe.
“The Mood Is Night & Day! One’s Real & One’s Make Believe! She’s Big Time, But There’s No Drip, And There Never Will Be! And I Thought She Was THE MAN, But I Guess Not Because They Don’t Own It! Ha! When Are You Going To Give Up @BeckyLynchWWE? You’re So Far Behind! WOOOOO!”
Ric no longer has this on his page but I took a screenshot. He won’t ever be allowed forget it. #Ricflair#Beckylynchpic.twitter.com/GZoBnnZtKM
— Lisa – Bloodline 🩸🩸🩸 (@tribalreigns) January 3, 2022
Ric Flair has repeatedly claimed to be one of the few wrestlers to own their intellectual property and in this case the phrase “The Man.” Speaking on an episode of his podcast in November, Flair said that he would “go back and get” the trademark when he was “legally cleared.”
Lynch and Flair began trading barbs towards the end of 2021 as the rivalry between the Raw Women’s Champion and Charlotte Fair intensified. After a particularly fiery promo from Lynch on Raw ahead of Survivor Series, Ric Flair responded on Twitter in a message Lynch later described as “sad.”