Ric Flair

Ryan Rider of Main Event Radio passed along an interview with WWE Hall of Famer Ric Flair discussing Charlotte’s success in WWE, AJ Styles and a possible return to WWE TV.

Here are some of the highlights.

Thoughts on his daughter Charlotte:

“Well I couldn’t be prouder. I think she’s the foundation for the women’s division. She’s doing so well and she and her friends Sasha [Banks] and Becky [Lynch]. The whole division is strong, she’s right in the middle of it, having the time of her life and working hard. Couldn’t be prouder of her.”

The potential of having Four Horsewomen:

“That wouldn’t be up to her, that’d be the creative team. They had thought about that, they had it in NXT but I don’t see that happening on the main roster.”

AJ Styles in WWE:

“He’s awesome. I met AJ Styles at TNA and I couldn’t be happier. He’s a great guy, great talent, and he’s doing really well.”

On if he would like to return to WWE:

“I’m waiting to hear. I’ve actually got some time off after being on the road with them for five months. After she [Charlotte] fired me, I actually took a deep breath and said I’m going home for a couple of months. I love working for the company, it’s a phenomenal place to work. If they need me and they want me to come back, I’m ready to go.”


  1. if he does return he needs to stop the Wooo’s and the dancing, it takes attention from the match and good managers don’t do that

  2. But then it wouldn’t be Ric Flair. And have you ever seen Jimmy Hart or Sherri Martel or Jim Cornette or Sheik Skandar Akbar during their managerial days? Or Paul E. Dangerously (Heyman) before WWE? Being a sideshow to the match was their thing. Being a distraction for their wrestler is the hallmark of any “good” heel manager.

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