|Net Worth:||$500 Thousand|
|Born:||February 25, 1949|
|Country of Origin:||United States of America|
|Source of Wealth:||Professional Wrestler/Manager|
Richard Morgan Fliehr, better known as Ric Flair, is an American professional wrestling manager and retired wrestler from Memphis. He gained his recognition when he had his debut competition in Japan 1973 for the International Wrestling Enterprise.
Ric Flair’s net worth is estimated to be roughly $500 thousand as of 2019, and he is currently working with an offset on “Ric Flair Drip”.
Ricard Fliehr, better known as Ric Flair, was born on the 25th February 1949, in Memphis, Tennessee.
Flair was adopted, and shortly after the adoption, the family settled in Edina, Minnesota where young Flair lived throughout his childhood. He attended to Wayland Academy during which time he participated in track, football, and wrestling.
Flair began his career as a wrestler after he dropped out from college. He started to train with Verne Gagner and started with AWA in 1972. Flair got recognized quickly because of his unique charismatic style in the ring.
During his early career, he defeated Dusty Rhodes, Larry Henning, and Andre the Giant. Flair joined the National Wrestling Alliance in 1994.
After a plane crash in 1975 doctors told Flair that they didn’t think that he could be able to pursue his wrestle career, but in only three months time Flair was back in the ring. Ric Flair got a nickname that would last for a lifetime “The Nature Boy”.
In 1981 Flair won his first NWA World Heavyweight Championship, and in the following year, he defended the NWA World Title all around the world. Flair was crowned as the first ever WCW World Heavyweight Champion, and he joined the WWE in 1991.
He became a member of the stable evolution in wrestling. Flair won the Intercontinental and World Tag Team Championship in 2008. He got inducted into WWE’s Hall Of Fame, and after his lost against Shawn Michael the game received a Slammy Award of “The Match of the Year”.
Since then, Flair has made cameo appearances with WWE, and he joined TNA and got involved in various storylines from 2010-2012. He is respected by everyone in the WWE.
As of 2019, Ric Flair’s net worth is $500 thousand.
Here are some of the best highlights of Ric Flair’s career:
- Wrestler of the Year 1984
- Most Oustanding Wrestler 1989
- Best On Interviews 1994
- Most Charismatic 1983-1984
- Baywatch (1996)
- Command & Conquer: Red Alert 3-Uprising (2009)
Favorite Quotes from Ric Flair
“If you have notoriety, you can dress any way you want to dress. That’s the way it is. I just like to get dressed up. I think that they go hand in hand – notoriety, and people looking at ya. If they look at ya, either you look like a million dollars, or you don’t. A guy can have a phenomenal body, but if the suit doesn’t fit him, forget it.” – Ric Flair
“We only work the most I ever work is three days a week. Very rare that I will work four. If I’m involved in a scenario where they need me to be in it, I don’t mind. They always work around my childrens schedule, their sports, and stuff like that. Thats been very important to me.” – Ric Flair
“My God, thank you. Thank you very much. I’m almost embarrassed by the response, but when I see this, I know that the twenty-five years that I’ve spent trying to make you happy every night
of your life was worth every damn minute of it.” – Ric Flair
“My kids are my main hobby but, now theyve gotten older, theyve forced me to do things without them. I do a lot of things with my boat. My wife and I enjoy boating. “ – Ric Flair
“It’s so hard for me to sit back here in this studio, looking at a guy out here, hollering my name!—When last year I spent more money, on spilled liquor, in bars from one side of this world to the other, than you made! You’re talking to the Rolex wearing, diamond ring wearing, kiss stealing, whoa! wherein dealin’, limousine riding, jet flying son of a gun and I’m having a hard time holding these alligators down!” – Ric Flair
There’s no doubt that Ric Flair is one of the best wrestlers of all time. After his time as a wrestler, he continued to impress people by his work as a wrestling coach. Flair has been an inspiration for a lot of people around the world, especially for younger wrestlers.
As of 2019, Ric Flair’s net worth is estimated to be $500 thousand.