Ric Flair Sex Contract CONTROVERSY

Ric Flair Sex Contract CONTROVERSY

Over the last year, the entertainment world has been rocked by allegations of sexual assault and misconduct, with many leading figures in the industry being exposed for predatory behaviour. In response to this, the ‘Me Too Movement’ organically spread on social media, where those affected would share their own stories with the hashtag ‘Me Too’.

A hashtag that has now collected countless tales of abuse and harassment. A hashtag that WWE Hall of Famer Ric Flair saw and presumably thought: merchandise opportunity!

Earlier this week, Flair’s online shop released a gimmicked sexual consent contract (probably not legally binding), entitled the Wooooo Compromise.

The Wooooo Compromise

Flair’s official Twitter account shared this with the since-deleted post “Fun And Responsibility Go Hand In Hand! Get Your Autographed WOOOOO Compromise For $50 And Be Ready For The Future.”

And he followed that up with another since-deleted tweet using the movement’s hashtags “#timesup #MeToo”

According to Pro Wrestling Sheet’s Ryan Satin, those posts were deleted because WWE told Flair to remove them:


Not so fast, Satin – because if you thought you’d buy the perfect mood ruiner in time for Valentines Day/Rusev Day today, you’re out of luck – because the product has been removed from Flair’s online shop.


6 years ago by Oli Davis


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