Ric Flair

Ric Flair Is Opening A Virtual Restaurant Ahead Of His Return To The Ring

In partnership with Kitchen Data System, WWE superstar Ric Flair will launch his virtual restaurant. Wooooo! Wings is the name of the virtual dining system, which will feature Legendary Flavors. Wings of the World Championship. The Wooooo! Wings menu was created by Team Flair and KDS’ in-house chef. The flavours have been chosen with Flair’s brand in mind. The restaurant will open on July 28 in Nashville, Tennessee, and will also be distributable worldwide.

In a press release issued by Podcast Heat, the two-time WWE Hall of Famer expressed his love for chicken wings. He described the flavours of the wings as like a chop to the chest.
Flair stated, I love chicken wings and I really love flavours that hit you like a chop to the chest. You have to beat the man to be the man, and these championship wings as well as legendary flavours from Wooooo! Wings are THE BOMB!

Mike Jacobs, the CEO and founder of KDS, also commented on the partnership. Mike Jacobs, the founder and CEO of Kitchen Data Systems, expressed his delight at working with one of the greatest wrestlers in history. We’re excited to partner with Ric Flair and his companion, Podcast Heat, to offer this exemplary Delivery-1st dining, he clarified in a press release.

The Wooooo! Wings menu, created in collaboration with Mr. Flair, embodies The Greatest Wrestler of All Time’s passion for his sport and luxurious style in each chef-curated bite. KitchData is honoured to have collaborated with Ric Flair to create a menu worthy of his name, talent, and, most importantly, his fans.

WWE and Ric Flair partnership

Woooo! If you believed the WWE and Ric Flair partnership was over, you were mistaken! Ric Flair and WWE announced via social media that they will collaborate with film author, creator, and director Tom Rinaldi to develop a two-hour documentary about the 16-time World Heavyweight Champion’s never-before-revealed history. Rinaldi has collaborated with ESPN on several notable short films, including 2019’s The Return and 2016’s Jacob Jarvis: Why It Matters.

Flair lost his first retirement match while still active in WWE, to WWE Hall of Famer Shawn Michaels at WrestleMania 24 in 2008. Flair’s WWE contract expired in August 2009 due to dissatisfaction with creative decisions, and he continued to work with TNA/Impact Wrestling. His last recorded match was a loss to Sting on Impact on September 15, 2011. In that fight, Flair survived an arm injury that was eventually edited out.


Sheena Bhandari is a Pro Wrestling Editor and enthusiast, working here at Clout News.