Ric Flair possibly drops huge hints on his in-ring return at 72!

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The two-time WWE Hall of Famer Ric Flair recently departed WWE after his request for the release was granted by the company. Now, the rumors have been fueling his potential in-ring return. 72-year- the old veteran has not competed inside the squared circle since 2011 at Impact Wrestling but who knows, he might be back for one last match in his career.

Ric Flair posts a training picture, a possible return to the ring?

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Wrestling icon Ric Flair is known for his charisma and in-ring prowess. He was popular in his time and he’s undoubtedly one of the greatest stars in the pro-wrestling industry. ‘The Nature Boy’ seems to be teasing the wrestling community for a comeback to the in-ring competition.

The 16-time World Champion looks in great shape as he posted a photo of himself on his social media account. He was spotted in the gym while flexing.

Flair had called it a day in WWE back in 2008 at WrestleMania 24. At the event, he squared off against Shawn Michaels in a losing effort in a retirement match but the retirement was not something he wanted. WWE Chairman Vince McMahon had deemed him too old to wrestle and decided to keep Flair on the shelf.

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Flair jumped ship to TNA(now Impact Wrestling) in 2010 and wrestled his last match in 2011. He later returned to WWE for occasional appearances and storylines and the company was careful, especially after his major health scare in 2016, not to have him take bumps.

Booker T talks about the potential in-ring return of Ric Flair

Ric Flair possibly drops huge hints on his in-ring return at 72! - THE SPORTS ROOM

Speaking on his The Hall of Fame podcast, Booker T said that the two-time WWE Hall of Famer wants to have one more run in pro- wrestling.

Here is what he said: “I talk to Ric Flair on a regular — usually on a regular occasion, I don’t know how often I’m going to see him now, but Ric Flair told me, he said, ‘Book, I’m never going to retire.’ He said, ‘If I could be in that ring right now, that’s where I’d be.’ So I think Ric Flair may be looking at one last run.”

There is also a possibility that ‘Naitch’ could join AEW, where veteran Sting has also competed inside the ring. We could similarly witness Flair in a match as the saying goes, ‘Never say never’.

 

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