from Lee Tyers:

Ric Flair says Shawn told him to ‘Go and have a good time’ in TNA, and his thoughts on Dixie as a boss

‘Nature Boy’ Ric Flair talks about the 2011 TNA Maximum Impact Tour in the UK, if he’s ready for a ‘real’ retirement, the differences between WWE and TNA, if AJ is the next ‘Nature Boy’, and which WWE star told Ric to ‘go and have a good time’ in TNA.

Courtesy of http://www.MinistryOfSlam.com

Former 16 time World Heavyweight Champion ‘Nature Boy’ Ric Flair joins ‘The UK’s Number One Pro-Wrestling Talk Show’ this Sunday to announce the 2011 TNA Maximum Impact Tour. You can hear the show LIVE this Sunday 30th May at 8pm GMT / 3pm EST via www.MinistryOfSlam.com and www.NoRulesRadio.net.

On the TNA 2011 UK Maximum Impact Tour: ‘It’s called the TNA WHOOOO!! Tour. TNA first, then the WHOOOO!!.

On his reasons for signing with TNA: ‘I did the Hulkamania tour in Australia, and Hulk got in my ear and said, “C’mon, let’s do it!!” I didn’t want to let anyone down in WWE though. I talked to Shawn Michaels about it and he told me to go and have a good time ‘

On if he’ll be wrestling on the UK Tour: ‘I’m wrestling every night!’

Much more is discussed in the interview including his thoughts on Dixie Carter as a boss, Who he sees as future stars, and his opinion on what sets TNA apart from its competitors. For more on the 2011 TNA WHOOOO!! Maximum Impact Tour go to http://www.TNAEuro.com.

‘The Ministry Of Slam Radio Show’ airs every Sunday night at 8pm GMT / 3pm EST via its official website at www.MinistryOfSlam.com and its home station of www.NoRulesRadio.net. The show has been broadcasting since early 2009 and is supported by FSM Magazine, X360 Magazine, popular rock band Voodoo Vegas, and its official sponsor Quick Energy (www.QuickEnergy.co.uk). Archives of the show are available on iTunes or on our homepage, featuring interviews with Bret Hart, Chris Jericho, Nick ‘Brutus Magnus’ Aldis, Maria Kanellis, Desmond Wolfe, AJ Styles, Lilian Garcia, Tommy ‘The Duke’ Morrison, JJ Dillon, Jim Cornette, Doug Williams, and Rob Van Dam.