Ric Flair Reveals A Spot in His Upcoming Last Match That Charlotte Flair Shot Down

Ric Flair will staff with Andrade El Idolo to face Jeff Jarrett and Jay Lethal in his final match on Sunday on the Nashville Municipal Auditorium. Flair has spoken in quite a few interviews about what he desires from the match and in a brand new interview with ESPN, it was confirmed that he needed to dive from the highest rope to the ground outdoors of the ring, one thing that wasn’t in his repertoire for almost all of his in-ring profession. Charlotte Flair, Ric’s daughter, truly needed to step in and shut down the thought.

“A lot of our men and women in all companies miss those all the time,” Charlotte stated. “I was like, ‘No, not needed, not necessary. Wasn’t necessary in your prime, isn’t necessary now. So, no.'”

The 16-time world champion talked about that a part of his inspiration to have one other match was watching WrestleMania 38, which had shock matches from each “Stone Cold” Steve Austin and Vince McMahon. Flair’s final match earlier than this weekend was in September 2011 towards Sting, one in every of his oldest rivals, in Impact (TNA) Wrestling.

“I still didn’t think about wrestling, but I really enjoyed watching that,” Flair stated. “Steve came out and did a lot more than I thought he would do. Austin competes. That’s what makes him who he is. And Vince? What can I say about Vince? He’s the most competitive guy in the world.”

Flair spoke with ComicBook final month about what he feels the match wants in order to be a becoming finale, saying it must exceed the 16 matches he did following his preliminary retirement at WrestleMania XXIV in 2008.

“It has to be really good, it has to be better than anything I did after Shawn Michaels,” Flair stated. “It’s not about the money. It’s all about re-establishing the fact I have my self-confidence. It’s never been higher. Back then, at that time, I was still having self-confidence issues and I was paying out (for his divorces) more to three people and had to go to work. Now I don’t have to do anything.

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“But it gave me a aim,” he continued. “I’ve been understanding. Kelly (Brewster) and I labored collectively, as companions in this (his upcoming comedian guide sequence) however she additionally trains with me and it is numerous laborious work. We drive 45 miles as much as John Cena’s place in the morning for an hour and a half. And then we go right down to Saint Peak to coaching like there is no tomorrow for 2 hours and it is much more enjoyable for me if I’ve somebody to compete towards.”


h/t ESPN