Ric Flair, known to his fans as the “Nature Boy,” is a wrestling legend whose career spans over four decades. With 16 world championships and a reputation for showmanship, Flair defined the sport of professional wrestling in the 1980s and 1990s. His iconic “Woo!” catchphrase and flamboyant style made him a fan favorite, and his in-ring prowess earned him the respect of his peers and the adoration of audiences around the world.
“Ric Flair, the legendary 16-time world champion wrestler, has had a resurgence in the limelight with the release of the successful documentary “Woooooo! Becoming Ric Flair.” Apart from this Flair also revealed on his podcast that he’s in talks for a biopic film about his life and is considering Bradley Cooper to play him.
However, Flair recently took to social media to inform Bradley Cooper that he is no longer in the running to play The Nature Boy in his biopic. The reason given was that he saw Cooper wearing a Philadelphia Eagles jersey ahead of the Super Bowl game.
“#BradleyCooper, I Just Saw You Wearing An @Eagles Jersey. I Considered You Playing Me In My Upcoming Biopic But Not Anymore! Forget It!”
Ric Flair’s biopic is still in its earliest stages and details remain scarce. However, fans are holding out hope that Flair’s recent announcement regarding Bradley Cooper no longer being considered for the role was simply a joke
If the biopic comes to fruition, this will be another way to honor the legacy of one of the greatest showmen in the history of professional wrestling. Stay tuned to Thirsty For News as we bring you similar content.
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