When anyone thinks of home refinancing, the obvious first thought is, “what professional wrestler provides you with the best tools and rates to process your home refinancing?” I thought maybe the Undertaker, or Jerry “The King” Lawler, or The Macho Man?
An excerpt from Ric Flair Finance……….
Tired of getting the runaround and turn down when trying to buy a car or to purchase or refinance a home? Now Ric Flair Finance will do all the work for you. Just complete a simple application and in seconds Ric Flair Finance will connect you to a Lending Affiliate who is right for your financial situation. “We compete, so you don’t have to.”
I am now able to add on to my kitchen, put carpet in my basement with the help of 16 time Heavyweight wrestling champion of the World, Ric Flair. For an extra percentage point on my rate, Ric will personally come and wrestle in your backyard against local neighborhood kids and adults that are interested.
Not only did I use Ric Flair finance, I also now take Four Horseman vitamins to add supplements to my daily vitamin intake.
The Ric Flair combination of health and finance is truly a win, win situation!
Hell, look what Stone Cold Steve Austin said about the Nature Boy……
“As far as Ric Flair’s place in the business, in my opinion, he’s the greatest professional wrestler in history. If I had to name a guy from the entire WWE that is the best worker in the business right now, who could have the best match with anybody on any given night, working heel or babyface, Ric Flair would be my choice. Right now, at 55, he’s just that good and it’s just that simple.”
Some signature Flair moves…………….
The “Flair Flop”, where after being pummeled (usually in the corner), he will confidently stride out and look to have regained his composure, only to flop flat on his face.
After being floored to the mat, holds his hands up whilst kneeling down submissively and begs his opponent not to strike him (often yelling “Nooo!” in the process); thus catching them off-guard, and usually then resulting in a low blow or a thumb to the eyes.
Being caught and thrown off the top turnbuckle whenever he tries a move from there.
Being thrown towards the turnbuckle, flipping over the top rope and landing on the apron, followed by one of two things: 1. Flair runs along the apron to the next available corner, climbs to the top rope where, almost always, he will be grabbed by his opponent and body slammed back into the ring; or 2. Flair runs along the apron towards the next corner, but is clotheslined (either by his opponent or an opposing partner in a tag match) before he gets to the corner.