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Ric Flair Reveals Who He Thinks Is The Best Performer In All Of Pro-Wrestling

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• Ric Flair Reveals Who He Thinks Is The Best Performer In All Of Pro-Wrestling

Ric Flair took to Twitter and revealed who he feels is the best performer in the professional wrestling business nowadays.

Here’s what The Nature Boy tweeted:

“Randy Orton, No Matter What Scenario You Are In, 20 Years Later, You Remain The Best Performer In The Business Today!”

Randy Orton has been wrestling for WWE since the spring of 2002 and has held 14 World Titles (10-time WWE Champion & 4-time World Heavyweight Champion) so far, among many other title wins, such as the Intercontinental Championship, the United States Championship and multiple Tag Team Title runs.

In 2020, when Orton was feuding with Drew McIntyre for the WWE Championship, Flair told Orton that he wants him to break his record of 16 World Title wins.

However, earlier this year, Ric said during an NWA show that he wants his daughter, Charlotte Flair, to break his record, since she won the RAW Women’s Title two times in 2021. She then exchanged her Title with Becky Lynch after being drafted to SmackDown, and it looks like WWE counts that as a Title change too.

We have noted that WWE has announced a different number of Women’s World Title wins for Charlotte many times. Sometimes they add her NXT Women’s Title wins too, sometimes they add her Women’s Tag Team Title win too, but recently they aren’t adding those.

Below are Charlotte’s Title reigns in WWE:

– 6x RAW Women’s Champion

– 6x SmackDown Women’s Champion

– 2x NXT Women’s Champion

– 1x WWE Divas Champion

– 1x WWE Women’s Tag Team Champion

Also Read: Ric Flair Claims Charlotte Was Needed For Women To Main Event WrestleMania 35

WATCH: Charlotte Flair’s Revealing Photos:

• ON THIS DAY IN WWF HISTORY (December 30, 1991) – WWF Prime Time Wrestling

On this day in 1991, the World Wrestling Federation aired an episode of their weekly TV show ‘WWF Prime Time Wrestling’.

It featured pre-taped matches, studio interviews & storyline segments on the road to the ‘WWF Royal Rumble 1992’ PPV.

The card can be found right here:

Randy Savage vs. The Barbarian

Tito Santana vs. Kato

The Beverly Brothers/The Genius vs. Brian Donahue/Sonny Blaze/Larry Ludden

The Legion Of Doom vs. The Rockers (WWF Tag Team Title Match)

Kerry Von Erich vs. Hercules

The Funeral Parlor With Paul Bearer: Roddy Piper Is His Guest

Rick Martel vs. Dale Wolfe

Bret Hart vs. Skinner (WWF Intercontinental Title Match) [This Tuesday In Texas]

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