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Ric Flair’s opponent? Opponents, partner for ‘The Nature Boy’s’ last wrestling match



There have been rumours about Ric Flair’s last pro wrestling match for several months. “The Nature Boy” will fight for the final time on July 31 in Nashville. That is, according to him.

The location has been determined. Jim Crockett Promotions has returned to promote another Flair fight. But who will Flair be up against?

Flair will be in a tag team match, according to a video package obtained from TMZ. He’ll face Jeff Jarrett and Jay Lethal with his son-in-law, Andrade El Idolo.

Andrade recently married Ric’s daughter Charlotte, a multiple-time WWE champion, in AEW. Flair escorted Andrade to the ring at a AAA event in May. Andrade is currently sidelined due to an ankle injury. In terms of who his opponents are, Lethal has aided Flair in his comeback. Lethal, a champion in both Ring of Honor and Impact Wrestling, was known for impersonating “The Nature Boy” while in Impact.

Jarrett and Flair have a long history dating back to the World Wrestling Federation. Flair and Jarrett competed for the WCW World Heavyweight Title several times. They also collaborated before the end of WCW. Jarrett and Flair, like Lethal, collided while competing in Impact Wrestling. Jarrett will have a busy weekend because he will also be the special guest referee for The Usos’ tag team title match against The Street Profits on July 30 at SummerSlam.

This will be Flair’s first official match since being placed in a medically induced coma in 2017. Complications from bowel surgery caused the coma.

Ric Flair’s age

Ric Flair is 73 years old. Flair, who was born in 1949, has been a professional wrestler for over 40 years.

Why is Ric Flair known as “The Nature Boy”?

Ric Flair began wrestling in 1972 after studying under Verne Gagne. Flair won the NWA Mid-Atlantic TV Title in 1975 after joining the NWA in 1974. Flair was involved in a plane crash that year, which nearly ended his career. With his back broken in three places, it was expected that his career would end at the age of 26.

Flair was forced to change his moveset upon his return to action. He abandoned his power brawler-like style and focused on grappling, earning the moniker “The Nature Boy.” In 1978, when he was feuding with the original “Nature Boy,” Buddy Rogers, Flair referred to himself as “The Nature Boy.” The torch was passed to Flair after he defeated Rogers.

The gimmick’s main theme was “flashiness, cockiness, and bombastic behaviour.”

When was Ric Flair’s most recent match?

Sunday, July 31st
The time is 6:05 p.m. ET.

Ric Flair’s Final Match will be broadcast on July 31. The card will begin at 6:05 p.m. ET, a throwback to Jim Crockett Promotions’ earlier start times. The wrestling convention Starrcast V will help promote the match.

The event will begin at 9.05am on Monday, August 1 for fans in Australia.

How to View Ric Flair’s Final Match

Thuzio, a Triller Company, will produce Ric Flair’s final match, which will be streamed on

Last Match PPV price for Ric Flair. What is the cost of the card?

The event can be purchased for $34.99 USD.

How much are Ric Flair’s final match tickets?

Tickets for Ric Flair’s Final match start at $62 according to TicketSmarter.

The tickets are then $72, $115, $127, $134, $153, and $169.

Where did Ric Flair’s last match take place?

The event will take place at the Nashville FairgroundsNashville Municipal Auditorium. The auditorium has a capacity of 9,700 people.

Ric Flair’s Final Fight Schedule

  • Jeff Jarrett and Jay Lethal vs. Ric Flair and Andrade El Idolo
  • The Impact’s Josh Alexander (c) takes on Jacob Fatu. World Title
  • Jordynne Grace (c) defends the Impact Knockouts World Title against Deonna Purrazzo and Rachael Ellering.
  • The Von Erichs (Marshall and Ross Von Erich) take on the Briscoes (Jay Briscoe and Mark Briscoe)
  • Brian Pillman Jr. and Brock Anderson vs. Kerry Morton and Ricky Morton
  • Rey Fenix versus Laredo Kid versus Taurus versus Bandido
  • Motor City Machine Guns vs. The Wolves (Davey Richards and Eddie Edwards) (Alex Shelley and Chris Sabin)
  • Davey Boy Smith vs. Killer Kross (w/Scarlett Bordeaux) Jr.
  • Jonathan Gresham vs. Alan Angels vs. Konosuke Takeshita vs. Nick Ren Narita vs. Wayne Clark Connors
  • Big Damo vs. Adam Priest vs. Brian Myers vs. Bully Ray vs Crimson vs Crowbar vs Gringo Loco vs James Storm vs Kal Herro vs Komander vs Rickey Shane Page will face Sinn Bodhi, Wolfie D, and TBA in a Bunkhouse Battle Royale.


According to reports, Vince McMahon will give up his stock in WWE once he retires



In the wake of his retirement, WWE Chairman and CEO Vince McMahon has sold some of his company’s stock.

The previous CEO of the company tendered his resignation from the promotion on the previous Friday. On Twitter, he broke the news of his retirement, and subsequently, in an official statement, he explained his decision. The 76-year-old wrestler declared that it was finally his time to hang up his boots and thanked the WWE Universe for their support. At this time, an investigation is being conducted into allegations that Vince paid “hush money” to a number of its former female workers.

McMahon reportedly sold 38,519 shares of WWE stock at a price of $0.01 per share, as stated in a recent SEC Filing that was published on the official corporate website of the promotion. In the filing, it is stated that the stock that was disposed of “consists of a portion of unvested stock units previously reported in Table I which were forfeited by Mr. McMahon in connection with his retirement from the Company effective July 22, 2022.”

There are still 69,157 shares of WWE stock that are owned by Vince. However, this number does not include the 100 shares of Class A Common Stock that are owned personally by Mr. McMahon’s wife, Linda McMahon.

After Vince McMahon’s retirement, the WWE Superstars receive a message from the Chairman.

The wrestling industry as a whole, as well as the talent employed by WWE, was taken aback when McMahon revealed his intention to retire. During the course of the incident, he participated in a few different television programmes and gave the impression that he wasn’t going anywhere.

Vince McMahon communicated with the WWE Superstars via an internal communication shortly after it was made public that he would be leaving the company. He let them know that despite the fact that he would no longer be backstage, he would still be watching.

You are the only natural resource that WWE has, and you have been picked to perform in front of an audience from all around the world. You are all WWE Global Ambassadors. Always remember to bring the WWE flag with you. Raise it up and display it with pride. And put in the work to become the best person you can be as well as the best performer you can be. One more thing: I won’t be there with you, but you can count on my presence anyway. Keep in mind that you need to keep your hands up, get a hold of something, and sell.” (Special thanks to Wrestling Inc.)

In the wake of Vince McMahon’s departure from WWE, what do you believe will be the thing that people remember him most for? Share your thoughts with us in the space below titled Comments.

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