During the latest episode of his podcast interview show, Ric Flair revealed that Evolution did not party as much as their characters claimed. He said that the group was pretty tame because the industry had changed over the years. It was nothing like when he was with the Four Horsemen. Flair said that he couldn't convince Triple H to drink a glass of wine even if he offered him a million dollars. Randy Orton and Batista partied a little.
November 23, 2015
During a recent interview, Scott Hall revealed that there were once plans for his character to break the leg of Randy Savage and retire the legend from the ring. However, those plans were changed because the Ultimate Warrior walked away from a scheduled tag team match that was to feature Hall and Ric Flair going up against Warrior and Savage. Instead, Curt Hennig was given a spot in the match, and everything changed.
September 23, 2015
As many of you already know, there has been a bit of a controversy in the United States over the use of the Confederate flag. Steve Austin and Ric Flair recently had a podcast discussion about how that affects professional wrestling. Both men believe that the controversy over the flag should not prevent the Fabulous Freebirds, a team that utilized that flag as part of their character, from being inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame.
September 4, 2015
Those that watched the latest episode of Monday Night Raw heard Sting finally speak since joining WWE. Kind of. The vignette featured a voice that fans were not familiar with. It was actually the voice of Steve Borden, but the production crew altered that because they want to save his real voice for Wrestlemania. The idea was inspired by the Black Scorpion character, the masked performer who ended up being revealed as Ric Flair.
March 10, 2015
A lot of fans are hoping that WWE brings back Ric Flair as a permanent on screen character. If they decide to do that, then they will not have him for a week in May. The former world heavyweight champion has been booked for one man shows all across Europe. Flair will be entertaining audiences in Scotland, Newcastle, Leeds, Leicester, Portsmouth, London and Derby. Further dates could be added by his agent from now and then.
February 15, 2015