Ric Flair Looks ‘Very Bad’ In Face Injury Photos

Ric Flair suffered a very bad cut/bruise to his face, as seen in photos below.



Flair’s protege in TNA was AJ Styles. AJ Styles is certainly one of the top Superstars on the WWE roster ever since he made his debut back in 2016 at the Royal Rumble event. He is a two-time WWE Champion and won numerous other titles as well. The concept of the Forbidden Door has gained steam ever since AEW has brought it to light thanks to their partnership with Impact Wrestling and NJPW.

AJ Styles recently signed a contract with WWE that allows him to earn around $3 million a year, which is exactly what Goldberg makes as well. AJ Styles recently spoke to Alex McCarthy of Inside The Ropes, where The Phenomenal One revealed that he did not sign a new contract but chose a “player option” on his contract to extend it.

“Let me make one thing clear. I didn’t sign anything, recently. I had something on my contract where I got to decide, kind of a player option, what I want to do, and we just extended the contract that I already had.

”Time is running out, as far as AJ Styles is concerned. I am getting older. The ability to put on great matches is getting a little bit harder. I don’t want to embarrass myself at the same time. I want to get out while I can and still have somewhat of a legacy.

I don’t want to have to work anywhere else. I’d love to work within WWE, but I don’t know if that’s going to happen if I’ll have the chance. I would like to be a scout because, I know we’ve changed some things around here in WWE, but at the end of the day, you have to find these — I don’t want to call them actors or stuntmen — you have to find these athletes that have wanted this their whole life.

Not saying football or basketball, athletes can’t be great, we’ve seen it with Kurt Angle and we know guys coming in from sport, Olympic sports, and whatnot, can be great, but for someone who has wanted to do this their whole life, they know what is expected of them and they know what they can do to chase that dream.

It’s a little different and I think it would be a little harder for someone who has never watched wrestling before to come to this stage. When your ego is not involved, trust me, I had a little bit of ego because I did wrestling in high school and college, but when you learn to go, ‘what’s the story?’ That’s the most important thing.

You have to let go of these egos. They don’t matter. They don’t sell pay-per-views. We need people to sell the story and sometimes people who have wanted to do this their whole life know better than anybody.”


h/t to Fightful for the transcription

Harrison Carter
Harrison Carter
Harrison Carter has been a huge pro wrestling fan since 2002, and it's been his first love ever since then. He has years of writing experience for all things pro wrestling. His interests outside of wrestling include films, books and soccer.

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