The Ric Flair’s Last Match event, set to feature the WWE Hall of Famer’s retirement bout, has been moved to a new venue.
The July 31 event, previously announced for the Nashville Fairgrounds, is now set to emanate from the Nashville Municipal Auditorium.
Per Sports Illustrated, the Nashville Municipal Auditorium can seat 9,000 fans, which would reportedly be nearly triple the capacity of the Fairgrounds.
The show previously sold out in less than a day while still at the Fairgrounds.
While Flair’s opponents haven’t been revealed, it has been confirmed that Tony Schiavone and David Crockett will be on commentary for the show. NWA star Nick Aldis has also confirmed that he will wrestle at the event.
Flair recently shared a video of himself taking an insane top rope event during training, which you can watch right here.
My Last Match Is Getting Even Bigger & Better! We’re Moving To The Nashville Municipal Auditorium! Additional Tickets Go On Sale FRIDAY, June 24th At 12pm ET! Sign Up To Stay Up To Date On All Of The Information At https://t.co/IcvXCCDxBa! WOOOOO! @StarrcastEvents pic.twitter.com/9xdCuRuNT4
— Ric Flair® (@RicFlairNatrBoy) June 20, 2022
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