Metro Boomin and Offset brought a wrestling ring, and real-life wrestler Flair, to last night's episode of 'Fallon.'
21 Savage and the rest of the Migos party with the Nature Boy himself and, of course, there are a lot of hearty "WOO"s.
New Japan Pro Wrestling’s Okada has an intangible quality that recalls what made Ric Flair so good in his prime.
After 2017's Royal Rumble, John Cena is now 16-time world champion, equaling Ric Flair's record – which is all but unthinkable for anyone who ever watched Flair. So it's worth considering the two men and the record.
Wrestling has always leaned on archetypes, but the country-strong badass that Barry Windham embodied in the 1980s and 90s has mostly vanished. It's a shame.
When Conor McGregor made the decision to trash-talk WWE's entire roster, it seemed to telegraph yet another crossover between two sports that need each other.
On Raw this week, Reid Flair—the late brother of women's champ Charlotte, and son of WWE legend Ric—became a plot point. It's tasteless and cruel, and left fans wondering: Why?