WWE News: Ric Flair claims to have slept with Halle Berry
The Nature Boy makes a shocking revelation!
Ric Flair back in his day was an absolute party animal. On his podcast The Ric Flair Show on MLW Radio, he often delves into crazy stories of the past, be it with his old friends in the territory days, or stories with women.
On a recent episode of The Ric Flair Show, in the “Ask Naitch” segment, a twitter user had asked The Nature Boy whether there were any celebrity riders of “Space Mountain”, the term that Flair uses to refer to sex.
Flair initially responded by saying “Several Dozen” and laughed. His co-host Conrad Thompson asked "We gonna get any names today?", and The Nature Boy said "You want me to start with Halle Berry or what?”. Flair said that he had slept with her in 1997 in Atlanta when she had divorced from David Justice.
When Conrad Thompson asked if there were any other names besides Halle Berry who he would like to mention, Flair said that “We’ll stick with her for now”, wanting to avoid any potential trouble.
This isn’t a very surprising story, as Flair likely has countless sexcapades. In a previous episode of his podcast titled just “Ask Naitch”, he dedicated the entire show to answering twitter questions. He answered several questions and told several stories about his escapades, his drinking, his sexual encounters and other encounters with women, among more.
The Nature Boy was not too different from the character he portrayed on television – the cocky, rich, stylish man. Flair was an absolute legend in the territory days, and his success poured on to WWE and WCW as well.
When Flair had come to the WWF, it was a dream come true for many fans, as they wanted to see Flair tango with the biggest names they had to offer, such as Hulk Hogan, The Ultimate Warrior, Randy Savage,etc. Flair even won the 1992 edition of the Royal Rumble which was for the vacant WWF Championship. He held it until Wrestlemania 8, where he lost it to Randy Savage, only to win it back from him a few months later in September.
However, Flair stated that his win over Savage in September was one of his least favourite title victories as there was so much politicking in the finish that it ruined the moment for him. However, Flair stated that it was the result of the time period, as talents always looked out for themselves.
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