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Ric Flair’s last match moves to a bigger venue

The event was previously scheduled to take place at the Nashville Fairgrounds but is now set to take place from the Nashville Municipal Auditorium.

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By Sujay Gaurav | Jun 21, 2022 | 2 Min Read follow icon Follow Us

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WWE legend and Hall of Famer, Ric Flair is set for one last match and his fans have received some good news. The event has now been moved to a new and much larger venue. The event was previously scheduled to take place at the Nashville Fairgrounds but is now set to take place from the Nashville Municipal Auditorium. As per Sports Illustrated, the Nashville Municipal Auditorium can house 9,000 fans, which would reportedly be nearly triple the capacity of the Fairgrounds. Tickets for the event were sold out in less than a day when they went on sale.

However, Flair’s opponent is yet to be confirmed for the event and it will interesting to see who would go toe to toe one last time with the Nature Boy. What has been confirmed is the commentary team of Tony Schiavone and David Crockett. NWA star Nick Aldis has also confirmed that he will wrestle at the event.

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Scott Steiner says he will destroy Ric Flair

Looks like all is not well between Ric Flair and Scott Steiner. Recently, rumours started swirling around that Ric Flair was planning to make an in-ring comeback at the age of 73. While that seems to be a ridiculous thing to do at such an age, there are strong rumours that Flair will indeed make a comeback. One person who is not so thrilled about is Scott Steiner. During a live signing with Highspots Superstore which featured WWE Hall of Famers The Steiner Brothers, Rick and Scott, things got heated when someone asked Scott about Ric Flair.

Scott exploded and said, “Ric Flair ain’t no friend of mine. I would kill him. I would destroy him. Yeah, everybody wants to see him get beat up.” He said this in reference to Flair’s upcoming retirement match and was brought up with a suggestion for Scott to be his opponent. There were rumours that the opponent would either be Ricky “The Dragon” Steamboat or Hulk Hogan but those reports turned out to be false.



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