The Nature Boy stands behind the chain link fence, and cuts a wild promo about his upcoming cage match with Ricky Steamboat at the Greensboro
The Nature Boy travels to the Florida territory to have a freestyle wrestling exhibition on TV against a couple of amateur grapplers, only to be interrupted by Barry Windham
The Nature Boy cuts an insane, bloody promo on Wahoo McDaniel, telling him the US title is ‘second best’ to the Ten Pounds of Gold
The Nature Boy is town with the Ten Pounds of Gold, and asks the announcer if she knows the three words he’s NEVER heard from a woman in Florida
Ricky Steamboat comes out on Mid-Atlantic Wrestling to talk to David Crockett, and then asks The World Champion to team with him against Tully and Wahoo
Dusty Rhodes defeats Ric Flair for the NWA World Heavyweight Championship match, only to have the match thrown out a week later on a technicality
The NWA and Jim Crockett promotions present a sky-high event that sees The Road Warriors battle the Midnight Express – 25 feet above the ring!
After losing his title two months earlier, the Nature Boy re-captures the NWA World Heavyweight championship at Starrcade ’87: Chi-Town Heat.
Jim Crockett Promotions presents the first Starrcade event, highlighted by Nature Boy Ric Flair against Harley Race for the NWA World Heavyweight title
The Nature Boy sits down to talk with Barbara Clary about his upcoming match for the NWA World title, as part of The Lord of the Ring challenge
1983 – Ric Flair does a reserved, straightforward interview, discussing his schedule with Gordon Solie, before departing for Puerto Rico to defend the title
Nature Boy Ric Flair, in his first appearance on WWF television since 1993, debuts on Monday Night RAW with a big surprise for Vince McMahon
A younger, calmer Nature Boy is interviewed by Bob Caudle and David Crockett after capturing the ‘ten pounds of gold’
A unique, vintage interview with a young Ric Flair as he prepares to board a private jet.
1981 – The Nature Boy and The American Dream stand on the same side against Ole Anderson, as Rhodes tells the audience that Flair is ready for war