Roddy Piper defeats Ric Flair to win the NWA United States Heavyweight Title. At the time, Piper also held the NWA World Television Championship, which he was forced to vacate
A confrontation between Ronnie Garvin and Ric Flair leads to an inevitable Horsemen beatdown
At the 1992 Royal Rumble, Nature Boy Ric Flair outlasts 29 other men to win the match, and the WWF World Heavyweight title
The Nature Boy is tired of hearing The United States Champion talk trash about him, so he decides to humiliate him in front of his ladies…
At Wrestle Kingdom 14, Kazuchika Okada proved once again why he will one day stand among pro wrestling’s immortals
Ric Flair, Big John Studd and Ernie Ladd are out for an interview to talk about how they’ve gotten rid of Blackjack Mulligan and are taking over the territory
Ric Flair makes a heroic return to the top of the mountain – in the event that he made famous, by defeating Vader for the WCW World title
A younger, calmer Nature Boy is interviewed by Bob Caudle and David Crockett after capturing the ‘ten pounds of gold’
Lex Luger and Ric Flair battle at The Norfolk Scope in Starcade ’88: True Gritt, the first signature event under Ted Turner and the WCW banner
The Total Package tells Tony Schiavone that he should’ve been the rightful winner at The Great American Bash, and that he’s ready to go another round with Ric Flair
The Manager of the Horsemen and the World Champion discuss their superiority over the recent defectors of their faction, and The Nature Boy tells Sting that he’s not in his league.
At Starrcade 1990, the mystery of the Black Scorpion is revealed when the character arrives in a spaceship to face Sting, only to be unmasked as Ric Flair
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
The Nature Boy talks about his lifestyle and custom clothing, then discusses his upcoming title defense schedule and his ‘rendezvous’ with The Perfect 10
The Nature Boy contemplates what it would be like if Hawk and Animal rode in the limousine of the most elite group in wrestling.