WWE Hall of Famer Ric Flair had harsh word for former WWE name Dutch Mantell, branding him a ‘miserable old wrestler’.
Dutch recently discussed comments made by Flair regarding his ‘Last Match’ event last year, where Flair claimed he made $300,000 for the event.
Dutch responded to Flair by saying:
“I’ve had people write me and, seriously, people thought he was gonna die. I think he passed out a time or two in there. He doesn’t even remember it.
“Ric Flair now is trying to leave a legacy and he should have left it alone, or changed a lot of things in that match, because his legacy now is tarnished. I don’t know. Ric Flair is full of s**t and always has been.”
Flair took to Twitter last night to react to the comments made by Dutch, saying:
“Thank God They Used The Word Veteran & Didn’t Call You A Legend. Just A Miserable Old Wrestler Trying To Make A Buck.
And BTW, You Never Had A Legacy To Begin With. WOOOOO!
He then followed up with another tweet saying:
I Just Made You More Famous Than You’ll Ever Be From A Single Tweet! WOOOOO!
Thank God They Used The Word Veteran & Didn’t Call You A Legend. Just A Miserable Old Wrestler Trying To Make A Buck. And BTW, You Never Had A Legacy To Begin With. WOOOOO! pic.twitter.com/48uzk2gqas
— Ric Flair® (@RicFlairNatrBoy) March 11, 2023
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