The battle between Ric Flair, Becky Lynch and the WWE has been going on for years now, precisely since the Irishman adopted the nickname "The Man" which previously belonged only to Charlotte's father. Things got significantly worse when Becky and The Queen, former best friends, inevitably broke down, leading the two to look more to success in the ring than to the beautiful relationship they had built since they started training together at the Performance Center.
Lately Ric in particular, has attacked the current Raw champion several times in his podcast and on social media, blaming her for stealing the nickname that he thinks belongs to him, with WWE that instead seems to have all the rights, but the truth lies somewhere in between at this point.
And right in the very last episode of his podcast, the Nature Boy said, "This is crazy. I'll tell you what, when I met Becky I treated her like my daughter. She knows, I know this. I treated her. like my daughter. She and Ashley, Charlotte, were best friends.
They traveled together, if you are a friend of Ashley, you know her lifestyle, because you are a friend of Ashley, you are a friend of mine. And I have nothing but respect for all women and they know it. " The legend also added, "I mean, I know this sounds weird as everyone wants to think I don't like her, but I was a huge Becky fan.
All of them, The Four Horsewomen, were born together." He also said that despite this small feud, he thinks Becky is a great performer. Recently, after Ric Flair's umpteenth unfortunate declaration against Becky Lynch, who is no longer using the much discussed nickname, calling himself Big Time Becks, the Irishman has also decided to answer him with a tweet, clear and direct.
Will this feud ever end?
Brock Lesnar: "Vince McMahon is like a father to me"
Brock Lesnar has worked with both WWE President Vince McMahon and UFC President Dana White during his professional wrestling and MMA career. But only with one of the two did he really get along, so much so that he could be considered as a father.
During an appearance on today's episode of The Pat McAfee Show, Brock Lesnar was asked what his relationship with White is like. This is where he revealed that he sees McMahon more as a father figure, and that he can't really compare Vince McMahon and Dana White.
"Yes, Dana is fine, I got a lot of money from him. I probably should have been paid more, maybe. But I can't really compare my relationships with these two characters, ”Lesnar revealed. My relationship with Vince is very different from the one I've built with Dana over the years." So Brock Lesnar went into detail on this closer relationship: "Vince and I have been in a love and hate relationship for the past 20 years, but in the end it went well.
We've seen a lot of water go under the bridge. respect for both men. Dealing with Dana, though, is simply a completely different business. I met Vince when I was younger. So I see Vince more like a father figure, actually. " And Brock Lesnar also wanted to explain how Vince McMahon can be considered a kind of second father to him: "I learned a lot from Vince, and I was able to transfer those things in managing business with Dana. Vince is a self-made person, and so is Dana. He took over the company, made it famous and did a great deal."