Ric Flair Claims He Has An Offer To Come Out Of Retirement And Face Sammy Guevara In Israel
One more match?
Could Ric Flair be set to come out of retirement?
The 16-time world champion hasn't wrestled inside the squared circle since losing to longtime rival Sting on a September 2011 episode of TNA: IMPACT, but Flair claims he has received an offer to have one more match.
Speaking on his Wooooo Nation Uncensored Podcast, Flair claimed he has received an offer from a promoter in Israel to wrestle one more time against All Elite Wrestling's Sammy Guevara.
"Yeah. listen. It's funny you brought that up because there's a promoter in Israel that wants me to wrestle your buddy, Sammy Guevara in Israel. I said, '$100,000 and two first-class tickets and I'm there. 50% and 50% after I beat Sammy (he laughs)," Flair said.
While Flair hasn't wrestled since 2011, The Nature Boy recently said that he "absolutely" could perform one more time and that he is in better shape now than 20 years ago when he faced Sting on the last-ever WCW Monday Nitro.
Flair is currently a free agent, having been granted his release by WWE earlier this year. Sexual assault allegations have since been made against the 72-year-old on the 'Plane Ride From Hell' episode of Dark Side Of The Ring, allegations which Flair denies.
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