Ric Flair – Money And Fortune 2022 – That’s How Rich Ric Flair Is
Ric Flair Net Worth: Ric Flair is an American retired professional wrestler and wrestling manager who has a net worth of $500 thousand. A pro wrestler since 1972, Ric Flair is widely considered one of, if not THE, greatest pro wrestlers of all time. His career spanned 40 years. He was inducted into the Wrestling Hall of Fame in 2008 and currently wrestles in the WWE Legends League.
World Heavyweight Championship. He became the first person to complete WCW’s Triple Crown first time as WCW World Heavyweight Champion. He then went on to win the Intercontinental Championship, having already held the WWF Championship and the World Tag Team Championship. Flair is the only man in the world of wrestling to hold all four versions of the title.
Personal Life: On August 28, 1971, Flair married Leslie Goodman. They had a daughter named Megan and a son named David. They divorced in 1983.
Flair married Elizabeth Harrell on August 27, 1983. They also had two children – a daughter named Ashley and a son named Reid. Flair and Harrell divorced in 2006.
On May 27, 2006, Flair married Tiffany VanDemark. She is a fitness competitor. In 2008, she filed for divorce. Their divorce became final in 2009.
Flair must really like being married because on November 11, 2009 he married Jackie Beems in North Carolina. Flair filed for divorce from Jackie in 2012, which became final in 2014.
On September 12, 2018, Flair married for the fifth time in Florida, to Wendy Barlow aka Fifi the Maid at WCW.
Flair’s son David, like his father, was a professional wrestler. David worked for WCW from 1999-2001. Flair’s other son, Reid, was a distinguished high school wrestler and signed a developmental contract with WWE in 2007.
In 2004, Ric Flair became a grandfather when his daughter Megan gave birth to their first child, a daughter named Morgan Lee Ketzner.
Flair’s other daughter, Ashley, signed with the WWE in 2012 under the stage name Charlotte Flair.
Flair’s son, Reid, died in March 2013 from a drug overdose involving the combination of heroin, Xanax, and a muscle relaxant.
Flair has made a number of outrageous claims over the years, including the fact that he allegedly slept with 15,000 women and drank 15 drinks a day.
In June 2020, Flair defended his daughter Charlotte from fans who complained that she was too exposed in wrestling. In an interview, he said, “I’m so angry about it – brand after brand, ‘We’re tired of seeing them.’ Well, then watch her on TV at another event. She’s a millionaire – she can do whatever she wants. And she’s a millionaire because of the company; that’s the way it is.”
Financial Trouble : Ric Flair has had several run-ins with the IRS since the early 1990s. In 2000, the IRS placed a $870,000 lien on him for unpaid taxes. In 2005, the IRS began garnishing Flair’s WWE earnings. He blamed the troubles on his second wife Elizabeth’s lavish spending.
According to legal filings released in 2019, Ric Flair allegedly failed to pay full tax on his earnings between 2016 and 2018. Records showed that he owed the federal government $240,000 and the state of Georgia $40,000. Also in 2019, Rick suffered a medical emergency that required heart surgery and left him with an alleged $1.8 million medical bill that wasn’t covered by insurance.
|Birth date:||Feb 25, 1949 (72 years old)|
|Job:||Wrestler, Author, Actor|
|Nationality:||United States of America|