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Ric Flair Talks Possible Return

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Photo courtesy Ric Flair facebook page.

Hall of Famer, Ric Flair, spoke to Ryan Rider of Main Event Radio early in the month and was asked questions about his daughter, if a possible four horsewomen stable could be possible, and AJ Styles. It should be noted Flair left the show after he got roasted by Charlotte back in May as it’s a storyline thing.

About 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.

On The Four Horsewomen Stable Idea

 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.

 About 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

And finally, if he would like to return back 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.

Again, Ric Flair is taking time away from WWE and is waiting to hear if a return would be possible somehow.  You can go here to listen to the podcast episode.

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