Wrestling Revealed

Ole Anderson

Freebird Rule

As many of you already know, the Freebird Rule enables three performers to defend the tag team championship. It was made famous by the Fabulous Freebird and is currently being used by New Day. During a podcast interview with Ric Flair, Michael Hayes admitted that it was not his idea in the first place. He revealed that Ole Anderson was the person that was responsible for the idea.
October 8, 2015
John Cena

Flair replacing Cena

Even though he is hated by many online, John Cena remains one of the biggest reasons why fans attend WWE events. Since he is taking some time off, management knew that they had to do something to keep fans happy. They decided to add two beloved performers to the shows that Cena is going to be missing. Kane has been added as a replacement and will more than likely wrestler. Ric Flair has also been added as a special guest general manager.
October 2, 2015

Charlotte in Playboy

The odds of a WWE diva appearing in Playboy magazine in the near future are extremely slim. However, the belief is that the editors of that publication would love to have Charlotte posing in an issue. Not only is she pretty easy on the eyes, but the fact that she is the daughter of Ric Flair, whose name value is still mainstream, makes her that much more appealing. No contact between the two companies is expected.
October 1, 2015
Ric Flair

Shawn Michaels in WCW

Over the years, there have been many conflicting stories in regards to Shawn Michaels coming close to leaving WWE for WCW. Eric Bischoff discussed that topic during his podcast interview with Ric Flair. He denies that a job offer was ever put on the table for Michaels. Bischoff stated that he never really pursued Michaels all that hard because he just got the sense that Michaels was happy working where he was.
October 1, 2015
Brian Pillman

WWE turncoat teammates

A post on YouTube where WWE lists the ten biggest turncoat moments, which is where a wrestler will turn on his tag team partner. It features Seth Rollins walking away from Dean Ambrose and Roman Reigns. It also showcases the night where Ric Flair, Brian Pillman and Arn Anderson turning on Sting to reform the Four Horsemen.
September 28, 2015
Ric Flair

Flair putting over Konnan

Earlier in the week, Ric Flair and Eric Bischoff got together for a very interesting podcast interview. The two discussed a lot of things that took place in WCW. Though they didn't always get along back then, they understand one another better now. Flair revealed that the worst thing that Bischoff asked him to do when the president of the company was for Flair to put Konnan over on television, which is sure to spark a response soon.
September 28, 2015
Scott Hall

Hall retiring Savage

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
Ric Flair

Monday Night Raw in Dallas

In October, WWE is doing an episode of Monday Night Raw in Dallas. They are hoping to receive a huge spike in the ratings by bringing in some very big name players. Undertaker, Steve Austin, Ric Flair and Shawn Michaels have all been signed for the show. An official announcement has been made by the company that all four of them will be involved in some sort of segment throughout the night.
September 23, 2015
Ric Flair

Jim Ross on Charlotte

Since she was the daughter of the legendary Ric Flair, Charlotte was already beloved by fans when she decided to join professional wrestling. When she showed that she was more than capable in the ring, fans loved her even more. The second generation star also received some love from Jim Ross this week. The legendary commentator compared her to Kurt Angle, who was one of the fastest learners that the business has ever seen.
September 16, 2015
Bobby Eaton

Ric Flair trains Stan Lane

Here is an interesting tidbit on Ric Flair. Despite being one of the best of all time and knowing so much about the industry, the former world heavyweight champion has really only trained one person to become a full time wrestler. That special distinction belongs to Stan Lane, who found his greatest fame during the 1980s as one half of the legendary Midnight Express tag team with Bobby Eaton.
September 11, 2015