Ric Flair Net Worth: Richard Morgan Fliehr is a former professional wrestler from America who has a total estimated net worth of $500 Thousand.
Flair is living a retired life from professional wrestling who was once the greatest professional wrestler of all time in the history of wrestling.
He spends his 40 years of life to the career of professional wrestling, where he won many championship titles like NWA World Heavyweight Championship, WCW World Heavyweight Championship, WWF Championship, and so on.
Facts about Ric Flair
|Full Name||Richard Morgan Fliehr|
|Ring Name||Ric Flair|
|Date of Birth||February 25, 1959|
|Marital Status||Married with Wendy Barlow|
|Birthplace||Memphis, Tennessee, United States|
|Net Worth||Ric Flair Net Worth is $500 Thousand|
|Height||1.85 m (6 ft 1 in)|
|Weight|| 243lb (110 kg)
Ric Flair was an adopted child whose biological parents were Luther and Olive Philips. He was born on February 25, 1949, in Memphis, Tennessee, of the United States.
He was adopted and raised by Dr. Richard Reid Fliehr and Kathleen Kinsmiller Fliehr. Ric Flair spent his childhood in Edina, Minnesota, and completed his high school from Wayland Academy.
Flair began to show interest in wrestling since his time in high school, where he participated in interscholastic wrestling, football, and track.
Ric Flair Age and Body Measurements and Net Worth
Legendary wrestler Ric Flair is living his 70th year of age in Lawrenceville, Georgia, U.S.
He has an average body height of 6 feet 1 inch and a total body weight of 110 kg, i.e., 243 pounds.
After having a tremendous life career as a legendary wrestler, now the Ric Flair Net Worth in 2020 is $500 thousand.
Ric Flair’s Wife Name and Personal Life
Flair had an exciting life where he got to marry five women. The first wife was Leslie Goodman, on August 28, 1971, with whom he got a son “David” and daughter “Megan.”
The couple remained together for 12 years and got divorced in 1983. After that, he got married to his second wife “Elizabeth Harrell” on August 27, 1989.
Again the couple had two children, son “Reid” and daughter “Ashley.” The marriage lasted only for 23 years and got separated.
Ric Flair again married Tiffany VanDemark, who was a fitness competitor on May 27, 2006, in the same year after divorcing Elizabeth.
Sadly this time, the couple only lasted for a year and got divorced soon in 2009. He then married his fourth wife, Jacqueline Beems, in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Again the fourth marriage only lasted three years and got divorced. Flair then married the fifth wife “Wendy Barlow” on September 12, 2018.
Ric Flair’s daughter Ashley also known as “Charlotte Flair,” the Queen of WWE, is currently signed in WWE, continuing his father’s step as a professional wrestler.
Flair faces a horrific incident of a plane crash in Wilmington, North Carolina, where he broke his back in three places and was told that he won’t be able to wrestle ever again.
Ric Flair Wrestling Career
Flair began his wrestling career since 1972, where he started to train with Verne Gagne in his wrestling camp. Talent had his first debut match in Rice Lake on December 10, 1972.
During his wrestling career, he worked on several promotions like the International Wrestling Enterprise (IWE) of Japan in 1973.
Likewise, the American Wrestling Association (AWA), Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling (MACW), All Japan Pro Wrestling (AJPW), National Wrestling Alliance (NWA), World Championship Wrestling (WCW) and World Wrestling Federation (WWF).
Ric Flair won his first singles title of NWA World Heavyweight Championship and successfully defended against Genichiro Tenryu, Riki Choshu, Jumbo Tsuruta, Harley Race, and Kerry Von Erich.
World Wrestling Federation
Flair joined World Wrestling Federation (WWF) in 1991 after leaving WCW. He won WWF World Heavyweight Championship against Genichiro Tenryu soon after joining WWF on September 15, 1992.
Ric Flair also won World Tag Team Championship on WWF against The Dudley Boyz along with his partner Batista in February 2004.
Flair won the NWA United States Heavyweight Championship against Bobo Brazil on July 29, 1977, and was called himself as “The Nature Boy.”
He also became NWA World Heavyweight Champion on September 17, 1981, after defeating Dusty Rhodes. He then lost the title to Harley Race in 1983 in a steel cage match.
Flair got teamed up with the Andersons and started to call themselves The Four Horsemen with an evil character.
At Clash of the Champions, Flair regained the NWA title at WrestleWar and was awarded as the Match of the Year by Pro Wrestling Illustrated.
WCW World Heavyweight Champion
Ric Flair became the ninth time NWA World Heavyweight Champion after defeating Barry Windham before leaving NWA in September 1993.
He then went for the WCW World Heavyweight Championship title, which he won against Vader. Flair became undisputed and unified WCW Champion after defeating Sting at Clash of the Champions XXVII in June 1994.
Achievements and Championship
- Six times the WCW World Heavyweight Championship
- Twice the WCW International World Heavyweight Championship
- Thrice the NWA Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Championship
- Twice the NWA Television Championship
- Six times the WCW United States Heavyweight Championship
- Thrice the NWA Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Championship with Rip Hawk, Greg Valentine, and Big John Studd
- Thrice the NWA World Tag Team Championship with Greb Valentine(2) and Blackjack Mulligan
- First WCW Triple Crown Champion
National Wrestling Alliance
- Eight times the NWA World Heavyweight Championship
- NWA Hall of Fame of 2008
St.Louis Wrestling Club
- NWA Missouri Heavyweight Championship
World Wrestling Federation/Entertainment
- Thrice the World Tag Team Championship with Batista (2) and Roddy Piper
- WWE Intercontinental Championship
- Twice the WWF World Heavyweight Championship
- Winner of Royal Rumble 1992
- Thirteenth Triple Crown Champion
- Slammy Award for Match of the Year in 2008 against Shawn Michaels
- Twice the WWE Hall of Fame
- Winner of WWE Bronze Statue of 2017
Social Media Presence
Facebook: 1.8 Million Followers
Instagram: 1.9 Million Followers
Twitter: 1 Million Followers