Ric Flair’s WWE Contract Expiring Soon, McIntyre Writes About Going Home
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Ric Flair’s WWE Contract Expiring Soon
Flair is said to be close friends with Tony Khan and even invited Khan to his last wedding. WWE is still expected to make a significant enough offer that Flair will not turn down because executives do not want to see him in any capacity with AEW.
It was previously thought that Flair had agreed on a deal because Flair’s merchandise is going to be pulled from Pro Wrestling Tees after January 13. The merchandise getting pulled from the website was actually a strategic marketing move done by his team to boost business.
What do you want to see Flair do? Would you rather he resign with WWE and make occasional appearances like he does now, or would you like to see him transition into AEW? Let us know in the comments below.
Drew McIntyre Writes About Going Back To Scotland
Drew McIntyre is off for the holidays and took some time to reflect on social media about returning home to Scotland. McIntyre credits Jake ‘The Snake’ Roberts for motivating him 19 years ago when he got his start in pro wrestling.
McIntyre posted a statement on his official Twitter page this weekend and said, “Feels damn good to be back home in Scotland where my journey began 19 years ago. Everyone told me making WWE was impossible, nobody from Scotland had ever been signed.” He then gave Jake Roberts some credit as you can see in the tweet below.
Feels damn good to be back home in Scotland where my journey began 19 years ago. Everyone told me making @WWE was impossible, nobody from Scotland had ever been signed….aside this guy right here which encouraged me to keep pushing. I haven’t changed a bit @JakeSnakeDDT pic.twitter.com/2WX3PHk6SY
— Drew McIntyre (@DMcIntyreWWE) December 21, 2019