Wrestling legend Ric Flair could be coming back on our TV screens in the WWE.
According to PWInsider, the company has applied to trademark the 'Ric Flair' name for performance use in the WWE thus suggesting that the former superstar is set to become a more regular face in the upcoming weeks.
Flair recently signed a new deal of sorts with the organization and this news gives those reports more credo that Vince McMahon and co. are set to push Flair and utilise him more on WWE Network and maybe even a return to the ring.
The Nature Boy has been busy despite his ever increasing age.
Flair starred in Hulk Hogan's Hulkamania tour of Australia and faced 'Hollywood' on several occasions in 2009, both men were heavily bloodied in one particular matchup in Adelaide.
After that he made a return to TNA Impact Wrestling in 2010, competing until 2012 when he tried to have his contract terminated by the company which ended up with TNA filing a lawsuit against the WWE for contract tampering and Flair's firing from TNA.
If this is all true then a lot of people will be happy at the news. Ric Flair has become an icon and his trademark "Wooooo!" shout is well known by millions around the globe.