Ric Flair

Who Won Ric Flair’s Most Recent Match? 

Ric Flair rode away after winning his final wrestling match in Nashville, Tennessee, on Sunday evening. The game ended with Flair, 73, implementing his trademark figure-four leglock on Jeff Jarrett as ref David Miller tallied to three, offering Flair and his son-in-law Andrade El Idolo the victory over Jarret & Jay Lethal. Conrad Thompson, Flair’s other son-in-law, threw a pair of knuckle dusters to Andrade, who then used the foreign substance to strike Jarrett.

Confetti fell from the sky after the match as Flair commemorated with Andrade, Charlotte Flair, as well as the rest of the family. A few wrestling legends were present at the ring. Flair also discussed the audience in an emotional promo, which can be seen below. Flair will indeed end his speech by saying he’d be celebrating with Kid Rock. The show ended with Flair hoisting his massive gold NWA World Heavyweight title belt into the air.

Several other matches were held at the event, including The Wolves vs. Motor City Machine Guns, Killer Kross vs. Davey Boy Smith Jr., as well as Rock N’ Roll Expres vs. Brock Anderson & Brian Pillman Jr. There was also a match for the Impact World Championship between champion Josh Alexander & MLW superstar Jacob Fatu. The Nature Boy retired in 2008 after a classic match against Shawn Micheals at WrestleMania 24.

IMPACT Wrestling

He will indeed return to pro wrestling the following year, however, in a fight against Hulk Hogan at the Hulkamania Let The Battle Begin event. Ric Flair wrestled until his loss to Sting on the September 11, 2011 episode of IMPACT Wrestling. 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.

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