Hi, welcome to Geoff's Ric Flair web page. The reason that I made this page is to share the wealth that is my brother's Nature Boy MP3 with the rest of the world. It's located at the bottom of this page. Download it. I would write my own professional wrestling songs, but I suck at composing. I also have some sounds available to download.
The Nature Boy:
"The Nature Boy" Ric Flair is without a doubt the greatest wrestler of all time. Although he is not as strong as Goldberg, or as recognized as Hogan, his "stylin' and profilin'" antics have never failed to entertain. In all of his career, Ric Flair has only made one mistake. He said, "To be the man, you've gotta beat the man." A number of wrestlers have defeated "The Nature Boy" in the ring, but no one else will ever be the man, Ric Flair.
Born in Minneapolis, Richard Fliehr made his professional wrestling debut in 1972. He quickly rose to the top of the Mid-Atlantic region where he would win the region's tiltle and tag-team title, as well as the U.S. Title and tag-team title. around 1980, though, Flair's career almost ended when he suffered a broken back in a plane crash. Showing incredible resilience, Flair was able to return to the ring within six months. Teaming up with Gregory Valentine, Flair won the NWA Tag Team Title, and he later won the NWA World Title by defeating "The American Dream," Dusty Rhoades. Although he had a number of unsuccessful title defenses, in matches with Harley Race, Kerry Von Erich, and Ricky "the Dragon" Steamboat, he was able to regain the title. Later, Flair entered the WWF and beat Randy "The Macho Man" Savage for the WWF Heavyweight Title, only to return to the WCW with tremendous success.
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