So in no particular order, here’s the moments I think of when thinking about the "Nature Boy." I suppose I’ll have to specify here, since this happened a few times.Sting — the character — is not a smart man, you see.Under his own name, he made his debut on December 3, 1973 in Rice Lake, Wisconsin in a 10-minute draw with fellow camp mate Bob Remus, the future Sergeant Slaughter.
With all the recent bad news swirling around Ric Flair and his various medical issues , I thought I’d try to inject some positivity with some of my all-time favorite memories of Flair’s career.
On Twitter, someone designed a logo for a new country – Scotlond – a reference to Scotland and London, where the Remain vote was decisive.
Ukip’s Nigel Farage was on the receiving end of many of the gags.
Then, Flair turns on him, reforming the Four Horsemen with Arn Anderson and Brian Pillman after faking an injury and pretending to wait on the apron for a tag from Sting.
Savage won the title, Elizabeth slapped Flair around for his accusations, and everyone went home happy.And Flair’s got one more comeback in him, I’m pretty sure!