Stranger Than Fiction, Even Wrestling Fiction

Posted by Grey Thursday, December 10, 2009

You know how, life throw you a curl ball so strange that it's even stranger than wrestling fiction that all you can do is stumped?

Ric Flair, better known as "The Nature Boy," Flair, 16-time World Heavyweight Champion (8-time NWA Champion, 6-time WCW Champion, and 2-time WWE Champion), professional wrestling icon, WWE Hall of Famer, yadda ydda yadda... Do you need anyone to tell you about Ric Flair? Maybe you do, but you definitely do not need someone from the Congress, or from the U.S. House of Representatives to tell you about it.

An excerpt from the below embedded, awe-inspiring video where Republican Congresswoman Sue Wilkins Myrick unleashed her life-long admiration for the Nature Boy, while at work.

“Ric Flair’s wrestling career of 36 years, in which he entertained millions around the world, recently came to a close. He will forever be known as an innovator, a pioneer, and perhaps the greatest that his industry has ever seen.

By any standard, Ric Flair is a living legend. His name is recognized all over the world, but he calls Charlotte, North Carolina home. On his way to being named a record 16-time world champion, Ric Flair became famous for his bleached blond hair, designer suits, and charismatic on-stage persona, while dishing out his trademark chops-and of course, the dreaded Figure Four Leglock.”

Source: DonkeyDish


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