Weeks after teaming up with Mike Tyson, Ric Flair goes solo for his next venture outside the ring

Mike Tyson and Ric Flair, once collaborated with P&L’s Twisted Hemp, on a type of unique lighters. It has been weeks since both superstar started this partnership, which has a duration of two years.

Ric Flair, one of the top wrestling figures in the industry, is not one to stay idle. The 16-time WWE Champion, and owner of Wooooo! energy drinks, now wants to enter one of the most unpredictable markets in the world and is all set to launch the business.

Ric Flair announces latest business venture

The Nature Boy Ric Flair, once known for his athletic might inside the ring, is now recognized for his business-minded personality. The superstar has used his fame and charisma to support various business ventures over the years. Following a business partnership with Mike Tyson for unique lighters, the former WWE champion has decided to enter the crypto market.

Crypto market is known for its high uncertainty and risky structure. Despite the dangers it entails, the 74-years-old superstar thinks it’s a good time to launch a new business related with crypto at this time.

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The post caption read, “Wooooo! Coin… There Is Only One True Wooooo! Get In On The Hottest Crypto Project Of The Year! Whitelist Is Now Open.” The crypto market has been at a very bad position since December 2022, but The Nature Boy hasn’t stopped trying his luck with the market.

Flair believes AEW star can be the “next Randy Orton”

WWE Hall of Famer Ric Flair is not one to shy from giving his opinion. As a previous WWE champion he can judge people who have the same qualities as himself. The superstar has been a part of AEW since November and made his debut due to Tony khan, who is the President and CEO of AEW, gifted him to wrestling legend ‘The icon’ Sting.

Since his joining the company Flair has seen one superstar that resembles the quality and drive he had seen on ‘The Viper’ Randy Orton. Ric Flair spoke about the current AEW World Champion Maxwell Jacob Friedman (MJF) is the “next Randy Orton” of the industry. ‘The Viper’ was the youngest WWE champion at 24-year-old in the company history, while MJF became the AEW World Title holder at 26-year-old.

During an interview with The Wrestling Classic, the superstar said, “Well, number one, I think he’s [MJF] actually. He comes across as confident in real life as he comes across with his confidence in the ring, and he’s got a good interview.”

“He’s got a great look. He worked hard. I think he’s got the confidence in real life that he portrays on TV, and I think the future is unlimited for him, and he’s really good. He could be the next Randy Orton. That’s about as high a praise as I can give him.”

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Rick Flair although retired still keeps his relation with the wrestling world steady, and even now fans respect him for the time and effort he dedicated to this industry.


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