Ric Flair: "Brock Lesnar took care of me"

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Ric Flair: "Brock Lesnar took care of me"

During the last episode of his Wooooo Nation UNCENSORED podcast, Ric Flair wanted to talk about his 2002 match against Brock Lesnar. Lesnar made her WWE debut in the spring of 2002, and The Next Big Thing quickly became the company's most popular star.

On their match the Nature Boy said: "He took care of me. He never hurt me, he never hurt me. I tell you. When he sticks to you, you don't go anywhere. first time I wrestled with him was the night Steve Austin left Atlanta, and Vince said, 'You're not part of RAW,' I said, "I thought I owned RAW," He said, '..

You're going to fight Brock Lesnar tonight." Additionally, Flair pointed out that WWE boooked her encounter with Lesnar the night Steve Austin temporarily left the company. Stone Cold had to face and lose to Lesnar, but he didn't want to suffer defeat in a match that wasn't built properly.

Lesnar eventually pinned Flair to prove himself even more of a star. The three in total fought together three times. During a long interview on Sportskeeda's microphones, Drew McIntyre analyzed in detail the transformation of Brock Lesnar who is now WWE champion again.

"We had never seen this side of Brock Lesnar's character before. Before his return to SummerSlam, we had always observed the same version of the Beast. Sometimes people loved it, other times they hated it. Now fans have a chance to see a different Brock than ever before.

They understand that he can also be a fun and easygoing guy. He hid it to keep up with his gimmick. For years he did not want the world to know, while now he is showing how it is in everyday life. He is terrifying in some circumstances, but he can also be bright and likeable."

Here are the first matches of the Royal Rumble 2022!

WWE started its 2022 with a bang, despite having had a lot to do with internal infections from COVID-19, which excluded Roman Reigns from Day One, leaving Brock Lesnar without plans, then hijacked in the match valid for the WWE Championship, with the Beast who even won the contest, once again becoming the company's red show world champion.

After the first ppv of the year staged, it was the turn of the first Monday Night Raw of 2022, which also opened with a bang, with Brock Lesnar and Paul Heyman who are back together on-screen, after the disagreements of when the Mad Genius was alongside the Tribal Chief of Friday Night Smackdown.

During the Monday Night Raw episode, WWE has already put in a lot of meat for its first Big Four of the year, with the leadership of the federation immediately finding the first challenger of the new kingdom of Lesnar, but also several others.

major contests, including the first names to join the 2022 men's Royal Rumble. To close this week's Monday Night Raw show, Fatal 4 Way that initially was to be staged on Day One, with Seth Rollins having it with Big E, Bobby Lashley and Kevin Owens, this time but not in a match valid for the WWE Championship, a title now alongside Brock Lesnar, but valid to become the No.

1 contender in a future Rumble match. To win the contest, it was obviously Bobby Lashley, with the athlete who was expected in a match against Lesnar since the last few days and thus fulfills his desire to face The Beast, already expressed when Lashley was in the TNA ring, years does.

But let's see the rest of the Rumble card as it was created: - Bobby Lashley vs Brock Lesnar for the WWE Championship; - Becky Lynch vs Bianca Belair or Liv Morgan or Doudrop for the Raw Womn's Championship; - Beth Phoenix & Edge vs The Miz & Maryse in a Mixed Tag Team Match; - Men's Royal Rumble match, already announced: Johnny Knoxville, Angelo Dawkins, Montez Ford, Rey Mysterio, Dominik Mysterio and Austin Theory.

Also, at the end of the show, Lesnar announced how he'll be at Friday Night Smackdown this Friday, to go face to face with Roman Reigns, in the clash we didn't see on Day One. What will happen between the two?