WWE Hall Of Famer Ric Flair Reveals Whether He's Had Any Talks With Tony Khan About Signing With AEW

Ric Flair recently tore into WWE and, more specifically, WWE President Nick Khan. Now, the Nature Boy reveals whether he's talked to AEW's Tony Khan about signing with that company and becoming "All Elite."

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After Ric Flair was released by WWE, speculation immediately started running rampant that the Nature Boy would sign with AEW. Unfortunately for Flair, it was around that time an episode of Dark Side of the Ring aired that was a far from flattering depiction of how he once conducted himself. 

As a result, we don't know what the future holds in store for the WWE Hall of Famer. During the latest episode of his Wooooo Nation Uncensored podcast, Flair revealed whether he's had any talks with AEW President Tony Khan about joining the company and becoming "All Elite."

"I made more money last week in the first week of our podcast than I made in my first year of wrestling in 1973, so I’ll be ok. The day that I asked for my release, nobody fired me, I asked for it, I signed a contract that paid me more money for three years than I was making there, so let’s just leave it at that," Flair said. "Money is not an issue."

As for any possible AEW talks, he added: "There were no discussions at all. I told Vince McMahon that my word is pretty much my bond unless they did something really stupid to me, then I would never go to work for the competition. Now they’ve done some really stupid stuff, so that door is open, but I have not talked to Tony. I have not heard a word from him."

"Yes, I would go to work for Tony Khan. I will never go back to WWE," Flair concluded.

We'll see what the future holds in store for Flair in the months and years to come, but it's clear the Nature Boy has no intention of returning to his former employers after clashing with WWE President Nick Khan. You can read more about what Flair said about him by clicking here.

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