WWE Hall of Famer Ric Flair was recently spotted dancing with some women including Hulk Hogan’s daughter, in front of Hulk himself. Fellow WWE Hall of Famer Hulk Hogan could be seen clapping along. WrestlingNews.co reported that the video clip was shot in Tampa and it was last night.
You can check out the video clip below:
Ric Flair last night in Tampa. pic.twitter.com/mPp8fwnwDC
— Wrestling News (@WrestlingNewsCo) February 10, 2022
Ric Flair sheds praise on AEW tag-team
‘The Nature Boy’ recently lavished praise on FTR (Dax Harwood and Cash Wheeler). The legendary pro-wrestler went on to compare the former AEW Tag Team Champions to the legendary stable, Four Horsemen.
The iconic faction featured legendary stars like Arn Anderson, Tully Blanchard, Ole Anderson, and The Nature Boy himself. Like The Four Horsemen, Harwood and Wheeler also have a throwback, old-school southern wrestling style. Following FTR’s match on this week’s edition of AEW Dynamite, Flair took to Twitter to write that Dax Harwood and Cash Wheeler made Jon Moxley and CM Punk look “great” during their tag team bout.
The WWE legend added FTR was similar to The Four Horsemen, as even they made their opponents look better than they were.
Check out Ric Flair’s tweet here:
“[email protected] & @DaxFTR – You Just Made Two Good Performers Look Great!! Like Myself And THE HORSEMEN! #AEWDynamite,” tweeted Ric Flair.
— Ric Flair® (@RicFlairNatrBoy) February 10, 2022
Though FTR showcased a great performance inside the squared circle, Harwood and Wheeler eventually fell short, with Punk and Moxley picking up the win on the show.
In other news regarding Ric Flair, during a recent edition of the Wooooo Nation Uncensored podcast Flair shared a story on how he had to talk ‘Macho Man’ Randy Savage from beating Triple H, who was just leaving WCW for the rival WWE. The original plan was for Savage was originally going to beat H in a quick match but then, as if it was described – the match was soon changed. Credit to Inside the Ropes for the below.
“Randy came in and Hunter was leaving… that’s when I had something to say about it,” said Flair. “It was Randy’s opinion that he beat Hunter in five seconds. I said, ‘Hunter has been here, he’s an established commodity. How about you wrestle Arn Anderson for 15 minutes and go [to] a draw?’”
“He [Savage] called me at home screaming,” Flair continued. “He said, ‘I blew up!’ I said, ‘Buy a Stairmaster.’ That idea of creaming the guy coming in, forget that. That’s why I was the guy to get creamed [lose], you’re not gonna cream some kid on his way out on a high road like Hunter was. Not gonna happen – not on my watch.”