Millions of men all over the world turn to Viagra to help them in the bedroom, or wherever they need some assistance getting their solider to stand at attention. They might not need to pop a pill now, thanks to Ric Flair, because now they might be able to blaze their way to an erection.

Ric Flair’s love of marijuana is nothing new. He’s been spotted blazing with Mike Tyson and others, and it seems he is set to be the face of styling and profiling without any need for a little blue pill.

During Busted Open Radio, Ric Flair spoke about his fun with Mary Jane. The Nature Boy plans to expand his marijuana journey to Florida, where he will be the face of keeping it up while you’re high.

“My line drops here in Florida where you still have to have a medical card to get it. As far as going and lecturing and talking about it, no. I’m not that knowledgeable; there’s a lot to learn about cannabis. They’re going to have a cannabis for erectile dysfunction, and guess who will be the face of that? Wooooo!” 


Ric Flair’s name and face still has a lot of value. He understands that, and is cashing in. We’ll have to see how many people have Ric Flair to thank for their love making conquests in the years to come, but the two-time WWE Hall of Famer is certainly going to make his services available.

We will keep our eye on Ric Flair’s future conquests in weed, and everywhere else, right here at Thirsty.

What’s your take on Ric Flair’s new endeavor? Sound off in the comments!

Aaron Varble

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