Ric Flair looks to make WWE his forever home.
The 71-year-old two-time Hall of Famer revealed on Twitter today that he has signed a new agreement with WWE. News of Ric Flair signing first broke on WrestlingInc. Ric Flair’s previous contract expired at the end of 2019.
In the tweet, Ric Flair copied the WWE slogan of “then, now, forever,” seemingly illustrating his intent to stay with the promotion for the rest of his days.
— Ric Flair® (@RicFlairNatrBoy) May 21, 2020
This is actually Ric Flair’s third run with the company. He initially signed with them in the fall of 1991, before returning to WCW in early 1993. He would then return to the company in 2001 and stay until 2010, where he would defect to TNA Wrestling. Flair would return in 2013 and has been with the company ever since.
A huge part of Ric Flair’s Legacy these days is his daughter Charlotte Flair. Charlotte is the current NXT champion and is also on the Raw brand and even makes some special appearances on the Friday Night SmackDown brand.
Ric Flair Inks New Deal With WWE, Says He'll Be With WWE Forever