Ric Flair on getting kicked out of Indiana bar, Triple H Loot Crate

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Ric Flair on getting kicks out of Indiana bar

During an appearance on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz on ESPN Radio this week, WWE Hall of Famer Ric Flair was asked about the recent incident where he was kicked out of The Deck at the Gas House bar in Fort Wayne, Indiana.

Flair stated he asked the bartender to put on the Masters and the bartender told him, ‘What do you think this is, a sports bar?’ Flair said he again asked the bartender to put the Masters on and the bartender declined. He noted that after having one drink, he ordered another and the bartender proceeded to use the same glass.

Flair said when he questioned the bartender doing this, the bartender became hostile and asked Flair if he was telling him how to bartend. Flair said that is was when the war of words between the two started up leading to him being removed.

Triple H Loot Crate

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We recently revealed that TRIPLE H is the latest WWE superstar who will be featured as part of a line of exclusive, officially licensed collectible toys.

The Triple H collectible toy will only be available in the upcoming “Stables” themed WWE Slam Crate. I’ve included below an image of the Triple figurine, which is the second toy in the exclusive series to be revealed (the first being the “Stone Cold” Steve Austin collectible toy which is part of the “Masters of the Mic” crate).

Below is some more information on the Stables themed crate which is available to order now at loot.cr/wweslamcrate until June 15. Crates are $29.99/crate and include items worth more than $60 in retail value. What’s even better is all subscribers to the Stables themed crate are entered to win a pair of Tag Team Championship Belts worth $700+.

A team of two is great but why not have more? Here’s to the STABLES, the packs of Superstars who band together and become forces of nature. In this crate, you’ll get EXCLUSIVE items that feature Triple H of DX, Sasha Banks of The Four Horsewomen, Bray Wyatt of The Wyatt Family and other legendary teams including the second figure of The Attitude Era series and an Authentic Tee.

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