Ric Flair says he’s willing to walk away from AEW if he’s an embarrassment to the company and Tony Khan

WWE Hall of Famer Ric Flair was Tony Khan’s special gift to WWE Hall of Famer Sting, as part of Sting’s retirement tour.

Sting and Flair are set to appear on Friday’s AEW Rampage, in a segment that was taped this past Wednesday at the Target Center in Minneapolis, MN after Dynamite went off the air.

According to fans that were in attendance, in his promo, Flair “invited all the women in the audience from ages 18-28 to meet him in his hotel room. No boyfriends or husbands.” There have been some reports saying that part of the promo will be edited from Flair’s promo.

Flair took to X commenting on negativity on social media surrounding the promo.

Flair made his surprise AEW debut back on the October 25 episode of Dynamite. Flair said he wants to be by Sting’s side leading up to his final match at the 2024 Revolution PPV on March 3. The PPV will take place at the Greensboro Coliseum in Greensboro, NC. It was at that same venue at the very first Clash of Champions live on TBS, going head-to-head with WWF WrestleMania IV on PVV Sting challenged Flair for the NWA World Heavyweight Title, that ended in a 45 minute draw after time expired.