ESPN has released the first trailer for the upcoming documentary, a series that has investigated and provided insight on teams, players, and personalities from all walks of sports life. In the trailer, Flair doesn't pull any punches, and succinctly describes why he was adored back in his heyday.
"Everyone wanted to be me. The man. Because I had the nicest clothes, the biggest cars, the biggest house, to more women, and I was the best wrestler. Wooooo!"
You can view the full trailer above.
Ric Flair has been a part in many of wrestling's most prominent sectors. From the NWA to the WCW, then to the WWE with a split-off to TNA and back to the WWE again, Flair has been involved in the business for a lifetime it seems, and this will be a fantastic avenue into the mind of a wrestling legend, but more importantly just an interesting man.
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