Ric Flair is widely considered one of the most iconic names in the history of professional wrestling. He has achieved a lot over the several decades, but that does not mean he is not a controversial figure. While Flair is a proud man, he is never afraid of admitting his mistakes in the end. It seems he even apologized to Triple H after they had a bitter dispute.
For a long time, Ric Flair did not hide the fact that he had beef with Becky Lynch. This included Flair wondering when Becky Lynch will stop calling herself The Man. This carried on for quite a long time as well.
Triple H and Ric Flair have a long history together, as they were both friends and foes throughout their careers. While they were close friends in real life, they had a fallout after Flair’s dispute over the “The Man” trademark with WWE.
Last year, Ric Flair revealed that he and Triple H were no longer on talking terms. This ended up becoming a huge shocker for fans as they believed the two were inseparable forever.
While speaking on the latest episode of his To Be The Man podcast, The Nature Boy revealed that he and Triple H have reconciled after he apologized to The Game following their dispute.
“As I said we’ve had our differences but I think he does a great job [in creative]. And we’ve repaired that. You know, I apologized and we didn’t (…) I just, my problem is I guess the older I get the more, I just want everybody to be happy. Does that make sense? That never is gonna happen in life but you wouldn’t want to see anybody just be unhappy. And I want him and Stephanie to be happy.”
Triple H remains the COO of WWE as well as the Creative head ever since Vince McMahon made his return to the company. Flair is also set to return on the 30th anniversary of Monday Night RAW next week. We’ll have to see how his appearance will turn out.
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