Ric Flair

Ric Flair’s Final Match Featured The Undertaker, Bret Hart, And A Long List Of Legends 

Ric Flair’s swan song was witnessed by a slew of wrestling legends at Nashville Municipal Auditorium on Sunday evening. While the Undertaker, Michelle McCool, Bret Hart, Santino Marella, Mick Foley, Al Snow, & Diamond Dallas Page were all on FITE TV’s live telecast, many other big names were present backstage.

Michael Hayes, Shane Helms, Northeast Wrestling promoter Mike Lombardi, Mojo Rawley, Jimmy Valiant, Mickie James, Dennis Condrey, The Nasty Boys, Rikishi, Miro, CJ Perry, Magnum TA, and Rey and Dominik Mysterio were among those in attendance, as per the source. Following his sentimental post-match speech, Flair endorsed several wrestling legends at ringside, as shown below. Furthermore, Tim Malcolm of the reality show “90 Day Fiance” was reportedly in Nashville all week for the events that led up to Sunday’s show.

Malcolm grew a wrestling fan and now lives in Charlotte, North Carolina, Flair’s adopted hometown. Malcolm discussed several photos from the event on Sunday, as seen below. Bob Caudle, the legendary JCP/NWA announcer, also made a cameo appearance at the event, but his appearance was supposedly filmed several weeks earlier at his home. Caudle, 91, was also unable to travel and join the show in person.

Many other backstage observations from the Ric Flair’s Last Match pay-per-view event have also been provided by a source. While Dave Sahadi guided the show, Impact Wrestling’s Josh Matthews served as the show’s line producer, essentially acting as the point man for everything. The show’s matches were also produced by WWE Hall of Famer Bully Ray, veteran referee Scott Armstrong, Wolfie D, Sinn Bodhi, Tom Prichard, and Dan McDevitt, according to the report.

Flair’s final match

Flair’s final match was only one of a few major headlines in recent months, with the biggest of them all likely being Vince McMahon stepping down and retiring from all roles he held within WWE this past Friday when he tweeted out that he was stepping down following allegations of hush money against him.

Ric Flair, a two-time WWE Hall of Famer and 16-time World Champion, has commented on the potential of Vince McMahon joining his July 31st match. Flair stated, “I’m trying to get Vince to come to Nashville right now.” I’d like him to roast me. He definitely have enough in the real life! ‘ You stupid son of a b*tch, these heels don’t draw. Never bring a lawyer to my office. I dislike lawyers. Who are all these two scumbags?

McMahon resigned as CEO and Chairman of the Board of Directors less than 2 months ago. He finally retired from all jobs in the company on Friday, which include his position as head of creative. Stephanie McMahon & Nick Khan, Vince’s girl, have chosen to take over as co-CEOs of WWE, and Stephanie’s husband and 14-time World Champion, Triple H, has taken over as the company’s creative director.

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