Ric Flair - in Wrestling

In Wrestling

  • Finishing moves
  • Signature moves
    • Chop block, usually as a setup for the figure-four leglock
    • Elbow drop
    • Knife-edged chop
    • Low blow
    • Multiple suplex variations
      • Belly to back
      • Delayed vertical
      • Double arm
    • Poking or raking the opponent eyes
    • Running jumping knee drop
    • Shin breaker, usually as a setup for the figure-four leglock
    • Snapmare
  • Nicknames
    • "Ramblin'" Ricky Rhodes
    • "(The) Nature Boy"
    • "Naitch (Short for "Nature Boy")"
    • "The Dirtiest Player in the Game"
    • "Stylin' and Profilin'"
    • "The Man"
    • "The Alimony Pony"
    • "The Limousine Ridin', Jet Flying, Kiss Stealin', Wheelin' Dealin', Son of a Gun"
    • "Space Mountain"
    • "The Sixty-Minute Man"
    • "Slick Ric"
    • "The Master of the Figure-Four"
    • "The Golden Stallion"
    • "Wrestling God"
  • Managers and valets
    • Arn Anderson
    • Ole Anderson
    • Babydoll
    • Debra
    • James J. Dillon
    • Double D
    • Miss Elizabeth
    • Fifi (Wendy Barlow)
    • Jimmy Hart
    • Bobby "The Brain" Heenan
    • Curt Hennig
    • Sherri Martel
    • Hiro Matsuda
    • Woman
  • Wrestlers managed
    • Evolution (Triple H, Batista and Randy Orton)
    • Stone Cold Steve Austin
    • The Big Show
    • Carlito
    • David Flair
    • Reid Flair
    • Ricky Morton
    • Fortune (A.J. Styles, Kazarian, Beer Money, Inc. (Robert Roode and James Storm), Douglas Williams and Matt Morgan)
    • Desmond Wolfe
    • Rob Terry
    • Matt Hardy
    • Gunner
  • Entrance themes
    • "Dawn" section of the tone poem Also sprach Zarathustra by Richard Strauss (WCW / WWE; 1970s–2010)
    • "Galaxy Express" (AJPW)
    • "The Wanderer" by Dion
    • "Dawn" section of the tone poem Also sprach Zarathustra (remix) by Dale Oliver (TNA; 2010–2012)
    • "Line in the Sand" (with Evolution) by Motorhead
    • "Fortune 4"(V1) by Dale Oliver (Used while apart of Fortune)
    • "Immortal Theme" by Dale Oliver (Used while apart of Immortal)
    • "Easy Lover" by Philip Bailey and Phil Collins (NWA 1986)

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