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Ric Flair Reveals How Much Money He Made From His Last Match

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• Ric Flair Reveals How Much Money He Made From His Last Match

On July 31st 2022, Ric Flair has his ‘Last Match’, where he teamed up with his son-in-law Andrade El Idolo to defeat the team of Jeff Jarrett & Jay Lethal.

Flair passed out twice in the match, as he was dehydrated. He even faked a heart attack during the match, when he was brawling outside the ring.

Ric even passed out during the finishing sequence, when he put Jarrett in the Figure 4 Leg Lock. You can watch it below:

This match was ranked #3 in the Wrestling Observer’s “Most Disgusting Promotional Tactic” of 2022.

While addressing this criticism on his podcast, Flair revealed that he made $300,000 for this match:

“I don’t pay attention to that. You know what I got to say to that? I made $300,000. Go f**k yourselves. That’s right, I made $300,000 disgusting you! Disgust yourself for 300 grand and get in the shape that I got in. How about that, motherf**kers?”

Flair’s last match was also voted the 2nd worst match of the year, with the impromptu Vince McMahon vs. Pat McAfee match being ranked at #1.

Ric was okay with this choice and said he’d love to have another ‘Last Match’, where he properly hydrates himself:

“I’ll take that because it was the sh*ts. Here’s the deal, it was the sh*ts because I made a mistake with hydrating. Let me have it again! I’m serious, I think about it all the time.

Let me have the match again. The one thing I never thought about was to keep myself hydrated.”

Also Read: Ric Flair Reveals Why WWE Fined Him $5,000 After Intercontinental Title Victory

• Old School Wrestling Veteran Celebrates His Birthday

Old School Wrestling Veteran Robbie Brookside (Real name: Robert Brooks) celebrates his 57th birthday today.

British Wrestling Legend Robbie Brookside from Liverpool, wrestled from 1984 till he retired in 2013, including a stint for Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling in 1997.

Nowadays he works as a coach in WWE’s very own Wrestling School, the famous WWE Performance Center, which is basically a further stage of what the legendary WCW Power Plant used to be.

His daughter Xia Brookside joined the NXT UK brand in 2019.


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