Flair can refer to:

  • Ric Flair (born 1949), a professional wrestler
  • David Flair (born 1979), his older son, also a professional wrestler
  • Reid Flair (born 1988), his younger son, also a professional wrestler
  • The Flairs, an American doo-wop group in the 1950s
  • Flair Hotels, a hotel chain
  • Flair Records, a record label
  • Flair bartending
  • FLAIR, an MRI imaging technique
  • Flair Leisure Products plc, a British toy manufacturer.
  • Flair Software, a gaming company now known as Microvalue
  • Flair, a Scottish musical duo of Noreen Martin and Iain Maciver, singing in Scottish Gaelic

Other articles related to "flair":

Starrcade (1988) - Background
... The main feud heading into Starrcade was between Ric Flair and Lex Luger over the NWA World Heavyweight Championship ... In March 1987, Luger joined the Four Horsemen stable, which was headed by Flair ... Since then, Luger feuded with Flair, and they faced each other in several title matches, including at The Great American Bash, where the match was stopped due to Luger's ...
Lacey Von Erich - Professional Wrestling Career - Hulkamania: Let The Battle Begin (2009)
... in the main event between Hogan and Ric Flair, on Flair's behalf ... In other matches on the tour she was used as Flair's manager ...
Starrcade (1988) - Aftermath
... After Starrcade, the feud between Ric Flair and Lex Luger ended ... Flair started a feud with Ricky Steamboat over the NWA World Heavyweight Championship ... presented to have opposite characters, and live opposite lifestyles, with Flair being flamboyant, and Steamboat being a family man ...
Al Flair
... Albert Dell Flair (July 24, 1916 – July 26, 1988) was a first baseman in Major League Baseball who played briefly for the Boston Red Sox during the 1941 season ... Flair batted and threw left-handed ... In one-season career, Flair was a.200 hitter (6-for-30) with three runs and two RBI in 10 games, including two doubles, one triple, and one stolen base ...
Starrcade (1998) - Background
... The feud between Ric Flair and Eric Bischoff began on September 14, when Flair returned to reform the Four Horsemen ... the New World Order, but it soon reduced to a feud between Flair and Bischoff ...