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Flair to Induct Sting and Hart Comments on AJ Styles

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“Nature Boy” Ric Flair Officially Confirmed as Sting’s WWE Hall of Fame Inductor

WWE Hall of Famer “Nature Boy” Ric Flair officially confirmed on the latest edition of his podcast that he will induct Sting into the WWE Hall of Fame the night before WrestleMania 32 in Dallas, Texas. It had been previously suggested that Flair would be the one to induct Sting, but not confirmed at the time that those reports came out.

Bret Hart recently appeared on WrestleZone Radio to talk about a number of topics including his recent cancer surgery. Below he comments on AJ Styles in WWE:

“It’s a good startup for AJ. I am glad AJ is there. I think he was one of the most over guys in the Royal Rumble. I thought he had one of the best reactions of anything. It must have been a little bit embarrassing that a guy from TNA got the biggest reaction for three quarters of the Royal Rumble before they eliminated him. He got the best reaction. He’s always been a great wrestler. I’ve always been a fan of AJ Styles. I just hope they let him make it rather than try to rework his style or create too much formula like Roman Reigns. I think sometimes these writers they don’t have a clue about what they’re doing. Whoever tried to make Roman Reigns should stay away from AJ Styles and not try to make him. He can do it on his own. He’s a great worker, he’s a great wrestler. Jericho’s an old veteran and the fact that they’re sort of working a storyline kind of helping each other and things are missing… I think it has great potential. Jericho is the perfect sort of guy to help open the door for AJ. I hope that it works out for both of them.”

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