One of the best and most entertaining wrestlers of all time, The Nature Boy Ric Flair as soon as claimed he has slept with 10,000 women in his life thanks to an iconic wrestling profession.
In 2017, the 4-instances-married Flair admitted that he struggles with the idea of monogamy while discussing his sex life.
“Let me tell you something, if you’re wrestling and you’re in Hutchinson, Kansas, and you’re gonna spend the night there, I’m gonna find something to do. I’m not going through that night by myself,” Flair instructed ESPN for his ’30 for 30′ documentary.
Also, as a visitor on NBC Radio, Flair was completely satisfied to break down his legendary sex life and to personally defend his declare of getting sex more than 10,000 instances.
“Well, if you do the math, I started when I was in seventh grade!” Flair mentioned with fun. “Let me say that hypothetically, I slept with five people. You’d go to your friend next door and go, ‘bulls–t!’ If I had said, ‘250,’ you’d go, ‘bulls–t.’ If I said, ‘5,000,’ you’d say, ‘oh, maybe.’ I’m not far off on that number. It doesn’t mean that everybody was Marilyn Monroe by any means, but I’m not far off. I wrestled. I was really good at three things: I wrestled, drinking, and talking, saying ‘goodnight,'” mentioned the Nature Boy.
For a fan who watched WWE in 1990’s it’s no hidden proven fact that Flair all the time appeared sexually charged through the peak of his profession and it wasn’t unusual for him to reel off the chauvinism in quotes, akin to: “All the women want to be with me, all the men want to be like me,” or, certainly, “I’ve had more world championships than you’ve had women!”
Interestingly, in direction of the tip of his documentary, Flair identified the elemental distinction between himself and the most well-liked wrestler of the Nineties – Hulk Hogan.
“He was selling vitamins and milk. I was selling sex and booze.”
Ric Flair would go on to develop into a 16-time WWE World Champion, eight-time NWA World Heavyweight Champion, six-time WCW World Heavyweight Champion and two-time WWF Champion earlier than he lastly retired after that epic, emotionally-charged encounter with Shawn Michaels at WrestleMania 24 in 2008.