As John Stewart said on this week's edition of Monday Night Raw, Ric Flair is "The Great One".
If the WWE were to create a Mount Rushmore of the four biggest stars in their history, it would be an absolute abomination if they were to leave out the Nature Boy, a 16-time Champion. Everyone knows who Flair is, with even the likes of Meek Mill, Pusha T and other rappers dropping his name in their songs.
Flair is also legendary for what he did away from the ring, where he took his limousine riding, jet plane flying character and pushed it to the limits in nightclubs and bars across the world.
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On a recent episode of the Ross Report podcast, Jim Ross welcomed former WCW broadcaster Tony Schiavone to the show. During the show, Schiavone discussed why he stopped partying with Flair.
When asked whether he ever partied with Flair, Schiavone replied that he went to a lot of parties with Flair, but that he got tired of going to Ric Flair parties because of one very specific reason.
"At the end of the night, Flair would take his pants off and show everybody his thing," Schiavone said.
As to whether Schiavone could keep up with Flair, Schiavone explained that he could because Flair would never drink as much as he appeared to drink, which kind of ruins the illusion of him being the biggest party boy on the planet.
"He had a gimmick," Schiavone claimed. "He poured the drinks out - everybody thought that he could out drink anybody, but the fact is everybody else would get drunk, but he wasn't."
Even if the mystique has been ruined a little bit, Ric Flair is still a legend, and someone everyone would love to go to a bar with.