After what happened in the last episode of Dark Side of the Ring, where there had been several compromising behaviors and dialogues of some WWE legends, such as Ric Flair and Tommy Dreamer, the first complaints and the first comments of condemnation from the world arrived of wrestling.
After seeing and hearing Ric Flair say that he undressed in front of women, without their consent and after hearing Tommy Dreamer defend this attitude just because he is Ric Flair, the first disciplinary sanctions against the ECW legend rained down, which was immediately suspended by the management of IMPACT Wrestling, who temporarily put him off the show, waiting to understand what will happen after these statements.
Apparently, however, not only on Tommy Dreamer would have been made some changes on-screen, but also for Ric Flair, even if you have not worked for the WWE McMahon for a few months. In the past few hours, one of the WWE's evening stories seems to have disappeared into thin air, namely the WWE Network series, Story Time, with a particular episode of the category that has been completely removed from the company in all versions of the Network.
In the episode examined, the cartoon of the Nature Boy undressed on a plane, in front of his colleagues, recalling what had been said in the episode That Plane Ride From Hell, dedicated to Flair's reckless life. Since the cartoon has become of decidedly negative fame for WWE, the company has preferred to avoid any kind of problem, eliminating for the moment the content, of which we have a short video that we will post below, to make it clear what we are talking about.
Obviously WWE's intention, initially, when it first uploaded the online content, was not to defend Flair's behavior against women, but it was for a mere entertaining and hilarious purpose, which at the moment cannot be grasped for.
way of the scandal that emerged.
Here’s a video of Ric Flair flashing flight attendants being portrayed in two separate WWE productions—the "30 For 30” episode they co-produced with ESPN and an episode of Story Time on WWE Network—as a happy fun time worthy of happy fun time cartoon portrayals with jaunty music.
Paul Heyman reveals his Survivor Series Dream Team
His role as Mad Genius and well-known manager of the WWE has led Paul Heyman over the years to always be the protagonist.
In the past we have noticed him as a manager who launched among the greats and partly created the myth of Brock Lesnar and in the last he was the adviser of Roman Reigns, wrestler currently WWE Universal Champion and ruler of the roster not only of Smackdown but of the entire main roster.
In the course of a recent interview with the Z100 microphones, Paul Heyman dealt with various topics. Paul Heyman made the Dream Team to field at the Survivor Series and his choices don't seem, to be honest, surprising.
Here are his words: "In my Dream Team I would obviously put Roman Reigns and Usos and honestly I will also put myself in it because there will never be the need to give me the Tag, the three of them can easily manage any other among four wrestlers in the whole planet."
In addition to talking about the recent experience at Madison Square Garden, Heyman also had nice words for another WWE Tag Team, namely the Streets Profits. Here are the words of the Mad Genius: "If we put the exception of the Usos, the Streets Profits are the strongest Tag Team of the last 20 years.
It's a shame because they are on the same roster and will never be champions, the titles will always remain with the Usos." During the last episode of Friday Night Smackdown, for the occasion held at Madison Square Garden, they were one step away from the success that seemed really close but that was stopped in extremis by the intervention of Roman Reigns.
The Tribal Chief intervened when Montez Ford had made a Frog Splash on Jimmy Uso and was preparing to pin him, but the WWE Universal Champion intervened and hit him with the Guillotine Choke causing the referee to be disqualified.