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Ric Flair Talks How He Got Thrown Out of Bar

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WWE Hall of Famer Ric Flair was involved in an incident at a bar last week in Fort Wayne. Flair recently appeared on ESPN’s Dan LeBatard’s show to explain what happened:

“I walked in, said to the guy, ‘Will you please put on the golf tournament?’ It’s only the Masters, right? He said, ‘What do you think this is, a sports bar?’ ‘I didn’t say it was a sports bar, I asked you to put on The Masters.’”

The bartender said that he would try, but a later clash ultimately got Flair kicked out of “The Deck”.

“I had only had one drink, I asked for another drink, he takes the same glass and puts the ice in and starts pouring in the same glass, Sir, doesn’t a premium drink require a new glass?’ And he goes ‘Are you telling me how to bartend?’ And I said, ‘Not if I don’t have to, dumbass.’ ‘Did you call me a dumbass?’ ‘I can call you a dumbass, or a fatass. Both work.’”

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