Ric Flair snatched the victory in his final wrestling match, a tag-team clash that saw him partner with Andrade El Idolo against Jeff Jarrett and Jay Lethal on Sunday.
The event, titled Ric Flair’s Last Match, featured a slew of wrestling matches that led up to the Nature Boy taking the ring one last time.
He did his famous strut, survived a suplex and dodged a guitar shot, all at the age of 73.
Even though he did look his age, Flair’s final fight was an emotional and exciting night for all wrestling fans.
Flair made his grand entrance to his iconic theme song while weaing a white robe with blue trim and a championship belt around his waist.
Ric Flair wins his last wrestling match
Flair teamed up with his son-in-law Andrade to defeat Jarrett and Lethal in a match that lasted 30 minutes.
Charlotte Flair, the Nature Boy’s daughter, was ringside during the fight, showing support for both her father and husband.
After the fight, Flair spoke to the crowd with blood on his face, thanking them for their support throughout his 50-year wrestling career.
“I had one of my best matches of my career here with Ricky Steamboat,” Flair said. “All my family is here. We made jokes about me being married five times. All the kids are here. One wife, but all my granddaughters.
“My friends are here. I swear to God, guys. If I didn’t have enough pressure on me tonight, f—ing Kid Rock walked into the locker room tonight.”
Ric Flair hugs The Undertaker and Mick Foley
An emotional Flair then left the ring and hugged his former colleagues The Undertaker and Mick Foley.
The Undertaker said something in Flair’s ears as the Nature Boy labored down to hug the other wrestlers.
Flair is one of wrestling most iconic characters, a former 16-time world champion and a two-time WWE Hall of Famer.
He has transcended eras and cultures, recently appearing on a Bad Bunny music video inspired by the wrestling legend himself.