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Ric Flair wants WWE to pay him for “The Man” Trademark

WWE has recently been utilizing “The Man” as a nickname for multi time women’s champion Becky Lynch over the last year, as a result Ric Flair is threatening a lawsuit due to his belief that WWE is infringing his trademark.

According to Flair, he’s been known as The Man since 1981. In addition, he actually holds the trademark for his iconic catchphrase, “To be the man, you gotta beat the man.”

In a conversation with TMZ , The nature boy stated he attempted to arrange a private arrangement that would allow WWE use of his legendary nickname. However, his attempts were declined by the company. Furthermore, he raised the issue to WWE top ranking executive, Triple H but no resolution was found.

Go on over to TMZ Sports to watch their exclusive conversation with Ric Flair. H/t to

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Chris Jericho only paid $750 for WWE Main Event

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When someone tweeted Chris Jericho the promotional flyer from the WWE “Summerslam Heatwave” tour that took place in North Carolina in 2016, he stated he was only paid $750 for his main event showdown with Dean Ambrose that night. That match was the main attraction for that show in what was dubbed as an “Asheville Street Fight.”

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Typical readers of the site may experience some wonky looking graphics & badly aligned menus while we work on implementing our updated system.

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The Revival Lash Out At Fans Over Release Requests

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The Revival requested their releases from the WWE last January but a recent report published online indicates that they have once again tried to get their releases granted, this time by Vince McMahon directly.

It’s been speculated that Scott Dawson’s contract is set to expire in April while an additional 2 Months have been pinned onto to Wilder’s deal. 

Dawson witnessed some tweets made by fans and had the following to say: 

“If we settle, you guys say we’re lazy & complacent. If we try to be better, you guys say we’re whining & complaining. Make up your mind.”

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