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The Facts You Need to Know About Ric Flair

When it is wrestling that you will be taking a look at that it is “The Nature Boy” that is one of them. Being hated and loved is what Ric Flair has experienced in his 36 year wrestling career. It is until today that the legacy and legend that he has left in wrestling is still being recognized today. Born on February 25, 1949, in Memphis, Tennessee is Ric Flair. When Ric Flair started his career that he was the one that is a power brawling wrestler and weighed around 300 pounds. It is him though that has a charismatic personality and has a great ring endurance which made him known to the wrestling world. It is also these things that have become his trademark over the span of his career.

Becoming part of the elite wrestlers is what Ric Flair would become in the year 1978 during his heated rivalry with Buddy Rogers. It was also during this time that he has started to use his new name “The Nature Boy”. It is also here that he has started to be sporting bleached blond hair, expensive suits, elegant jewelry, and astonishing custom robes. It is also the nature boy that has created the famous four-legged leg lock during this time.

The World Championship Wrestling is the one started by Ric Flair after Crockett left the NWA. For him to create a promotion that he has used his world championship title. It is with this one that he has brought a number of superstars into his organization. It is with the new organization that he has that has brought in Sting, Barry Windam, Lex Luger, Terry Funk, and the Steiner Brothers. It was also Ric Flair that has a dispute with the WCW president Jim Herd which prompted him to leave the organization in the year 1991. It was Vince McMahon’s WWE that Ric Flair joined in which was also considered the main rival that they have during that time.

Making his mark was what Ric Flair did the moment that he joined the WWE. It was in the 1992 Royal Rumble that he defeated Randy Savage. It was in the year 1993 that he returned to the WCW defeating Vader at the Starrcade 1993. A death match was then what he joined in the year 1994 which also involved Hulk Hogan. It is Ric Flair that has maintained his popularity until the WWE bought out the WCW in the year 2001. It is with the upcoming new talents that WWE have that it has somehow overshadowed the career that Ric Flair has. Establishing his name as one of the legends was what Ric Flair was able to do with the career that he had in wrestling.

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