Posted by TNA Wrestling News Staff on Dec 28, 2012
Ric Flair’s Son Headed To All Japan – Details

Ric Flair’s Son Headed To All Japan – Details

Ric Flair did an interview with Mark Madden on his show in Pittsburgh on 105.9 WXDX FM on Thursday. Flair talked about LeBron James’ recent comments about Flair being the one who invented swag, returning to WWE and who he hangs out with these days. He also revealed that his son Reid signed a three month deal with All Japan Pro Wrestling, and he will go to Japan starting January 23. You can hear the full interview here.

Speaking of former TNA star Ric Flair, he was spotted at the Miami Heat/Charlotte Bobcats game on Wednesday night.


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2 Responses to “Ric Flair’s Son Headed To All Japan – Details”

  1. dcxboxx says:

    good for reid flair he missed his chance with roh due to flair wanting out. good to see him working with all japan and not just wanting some wwe dev deal yet. seems flairs making his son take the richie steamboat route. steamboat didnt want his son signed to wwe purly on name alone as he was offered a dev deal years ago, so ricky made his son work in japan work puerto rico and us indies. got him seasoned especially working japan was a major focal point for him before signing with the wwe. now hes on nxt and will prob make the main roster before or after mania prob after.

    • Philly_Cheese says:

      Well for steamboat is was more "paying his dues" and earning his spot in the business, not just having it handed to them. Unfortunately many vets pull strings to get their family into WWE, and even sadly TNA (hogan) and get their children jobs, even if they didn't earn it. It's sad to see how many people who lack talent are given jobs simply because of their relatives or friends.

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