1. Ric Flair was a no-brainer instant Hall of Famer the second he retired.
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4. Ric Flair would lose the title pretty quickly to Bret Hart at another untelevised event.
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5. Ric Flair has given into the accepted notion that he's a 16-time World Heavyweight Champion, but he actually believes himself to have won 21.
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8. Ric Flair had just joined the company as 'the real World's Champion', and won the 1992 Royal Rumble to capture the WWE title and prove his ability.
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12. Ric Flair admitted in his book that he was illegally removed from his biological mother as a "Black Market Baby.
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13. Ric Flair always had a reputation throughout his wrestling career as being a guy who loves a good party, so for the WWE Hall of Famer, Super Bowl Sunday is a chance to do just that.
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15. Ric Flair might be the most special all-around talent in the history of North American wrestling.
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40. Ric Flair criticized Flair on what he perceived as insults to fellow wrestlers Mick Foley and Randy Savage, both personal friends of Hart.
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44. Ric Flair received the key to the city of Greensboro, North Carolina on December 5, 2008, to commemorate Flair's victory in a steel cage match against Harley Race at the inaugural Starrcade event.
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46. Ric Flair occasionally appeared on NXT in 2013 and 2014, accompanying his daughter Charlotte to the ring.
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47. Ric Flair appeared on the main roster sporadically throughout 2013, as The Miz's mentor.
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49. In spite of his son's betrayal, Ric Flair signed a rematch at Uncensored which was billed as a First Blood barbed wire steel cage Match against Hogan where Flair's presidency and Hogan's WCW World Heavyweight Championship were on the line.
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59. Ric Flair is incredibly popular in his home state of North Carolina.
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63. Ric Flair began training in professional wrestling as well as some greats including Iron Sheik in 1971.
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70. Ric Flair claimed in his autobiography that—despite Hart's popularity in Canada—he was not a formidable money-making draw in the United States, a claim which Hart dismissed as "plain ridiculous" in a column written for the Calgary Sun.
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71. In 2000, Ric Flair explored the possibility of running for governor of North Carolina, but he never filed the papers.
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78. In 2014, Ric Flair voiced himself in the animated series, Uncle Grandpa, in the episode, "History of Wrestling".
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80. In 2002, Ric Flair was named the greatest professional wrestler of all time in the book The Top 100 Wrestlers of All Time by John Molinaro, edited by Dave Meltzer and Jeff Marek.
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84. Ric Flair signed with Ring of Honor and appeared at the Stylin' And Profilin' event in March 2009, clearing the ring after an ROH World Championship match ended with a run-in.
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86. Ric Flair took some time off in mid-2006 to rest and marry for the third time and he returned in June to work a program with his real-life rival Mick Foley that played off their legitimate past animosity.
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88. Ric Flair won his last world titles in his career by winning the WCW World Heavyweight Championship twice during 2000, the company's last full year of operation.
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94. On October 21, 1985, Ric Flair wrestled Rick Martel in a double title match where he defended the NWA World Heavyweight Championship and challenged for the AWA World Heavyweight Championship, but the match ended in a double countout.
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