Rick Flair

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  1. AfroJafro

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    lol i actually felt quite sad seeing him retire... Was big in the game :lighter:
     
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    Wrestling is class.

    That was me talking, like 5-6 years ago....
     
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    TIS pants nowadays but Ric Flair is a legend.
    to much breeze talk init now and ruff women poncing about with fake tits
     
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    Yeh, ric flair was a legend.

    I stopped watching it when all the good people started going, and all the shit people came.

    It was best in the days of DX. They were sick
     
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    ScottyEightSix HUGE EARS > COMEDY CHIN

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    I hated the guy, I was more of a WWF fan anyway.
     
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    He came to the wwf at the time I topped watching it.

    The whole WCW & ECW vs WWF was it's downfall.

    And the name change. WWE was gay. And why didn't they add a line onto the of of the logo, looks stupid with just two W's