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Ric Flair Publicly Criticise Maxwell Jacob Friedman’s Behaviour At AEW’s Revolution Pay-Per-View

The “The Nature Boy” has a tangled history of being a heel both inside and outside of the ring, from decades of being widely regarded as “The Dirtiest Player in the Game” to the “Plane Flight From Hell” event. Yet even Flair has publicly criticized Maxwell Jacob Friedman’s behaviour at AEW’s Revolution pay-per-view.

Before returning to ringside during his Iron Man match against Bryan Danielson, MJF snatched a drink from a spectator and hurled it into a child’s face. The drink may or may not have contained alcohol. It’s inexpensive heating, Flair added. “You want to do something that won’t harm anyone to generate heat and get people fired up. You cut yourself so deeply that blood spills all over them as you move your hair.

When I had long hair, I used to do it frequently. They then experience a sense of involvement in the action. Even though Flair appeared to be joking when he said that last line, he was very clear about his position. “I oppose throwing anything at a child.” When his contract with AEW expires, MJF should keep in mind that Flair also stated that this would not go over well in WWE.

Ric Flair’s Ideas For Charlotte

More than any other woman in the history of the WWE, Charlotte Flair has consistently occupied a position at the top of the card or close to it. One day she will almost certainly be inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame, but who will do that? Ric Flair, a two-time WWE Hall of Famer, is the obvious candidate, but the “Nature Boy” has other ideas for his daughter’s induction.

Ric remarked on his podcast, “To Be The Man,” “I would want to induct my daughter, but I don’t want it to be me.” “I want Triple H or Stephanie McMahon to win,” the speaker said. She most likely has another person in mind as well. There aren’t any two people that come to mind right away who have been more involved in her life. While Triple H was the head of creative for “NXT,” Charlotte worked for him at the beginning of her career.

Since he was appointed Chief Content Officer last year, she has also worked for him and is on his main roster. Before to leaving WWE earlier this year, McMahon worked as an executive there for most of Charlotte’s career. 14 WWE singles world titles, two “NXT” crowns, and one WWE Women’s Tag Team Title are all on Charlotte’s Hall of Fame CV.


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