• “I don’t care whose name I gotta drop if the heat falls on me” – Ric Flair
The “Plane Ride From Hell” from 2002 was discussed on last night’s episode of Dark Side Of The Ring on VICE TV.
During this episode, one of the flight attendants from that infamous night was interviewed and she accused Ric Flair of sexual harassment.
She said Flair was walking around wearing nothing, but just a robe. He then grabbed her hand and asked her to touch his penis, and he then made her do it.
Scott Hall was also accused of sexual harassment.
Flair was facing harassment allegations from two flight attendants, which he later denied. WWE was forced to settle this out of court.
Not only did Flair & Hall receive major heat on Social Media after this, but Tommy Dreamer received heat too.
Dreamer defended Flair’s actions during this episode and said Flair only does this stuff under character and to make everyone laugh, and that Flair would never force himself on anyone.
You can watch it below:
From tonight's Dark Side Of The Ring episode. pic.twitter.com/mMN9n0hxAs
— WrestleFeed (@WrestleFeedApp) September 17, 2021
Many fans are now tweeting their displeasure on Twitter and asking Tony Khan to not sign Ric Flair to AEW (which has been rumored for a while now).
Before this episode aired, Flair appeared on Renee Young’s Oral Sessions podcast and had the following to say about this episode:
“God, I’ve heard about it too. Just when things are going good for me. Listen, you (Renee Young) put me on your podcast after. We’ll see how it plays out, because I was there and I don’t care whose name I gotta drop if the heat falls on me. I know who was where and what and who and what took place. I know the whole story.”
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• nWo Legend Celebrates His Birthday
Puroresu Legend Masahiro “Masa” Chono celebrates his 58th birthday today.
Masahiro Chono joined Hollywood Hogan’s nWo New World Order in 1996 and was also a founding member of the NJPW faction ‘nWo Japan’.
Chono is also a former NWA World Heavyweight Champion. He held that Title between August 1992 and January 1993.
He retired a few years ago after a long illustrious pro-wrestling career that saw him wrestle all over the globe.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY MASA CHONO!