Ric Flair Claimed In A Documentary He Slept With 10,000 Women
He is the 'Stylin', profilin', limousine riding, jet flying, kiss-stealing, wheelin' n' dealin' son of a gun' and there's no better way of paying tribute to Ric Flair than reminding you that he's slept with over 10,000 women.
No matter how good you think you are with the opposite sex there's a good chance that you aren't as successful as WWE legend Ric Flair.
'Naitch' is recognised as one of the greatest wrestlers of all time, a man who lived the gimmick of being flash and rich and just the best around.
The man even referred to himself as Space Mountain, available for any girls over the age of 18 to ride:
So if anyone were to tell you they'd slept with 10,000 women and have you come close to believing it then it would have to be Flair.
During his career the 16 time world champion, it's definitely more than that, travelled all round and speaking on the documentary about his life on ESPN's 30 for 30 the 70 year old revealed that he was always looking for something to do on the road:
It's a wonder that he had time or energy to put on all those legendary wrestling matches to be honest, most of us would have just needed a rest.
If Flair has been shtiping since, for arguments sake let's say, 16 then 'Space Mountain' has been open for 54 years. That's just over 185 rides a year or 3.5 a week.
Most of us wouldn't have the pulling power or energy for that but again it doesn't seem beyond all doubt. When he says "All the women want to be with me, all the men want to be like me," he means it.
Ric, real name Richard Fliehr, used the documentary as a sort of therapy session, admitting that despite being married four times (at the time it was recorded), he found that monogamy wasn't for him.
He said: "I probably took it real serious for about a day. ... I mean, I tried, but it just - I was miserable."
Since then the Nature Boy has been married for a fifth time, tying the knot with Wendy Barlow in 2018.
He's no longer on the road every night so we have to assume that it's a lot easier for him to stay on the straight and narrow.
Happy Birthday Ric, you utter legend!
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