Ric Flair Sues Former Manager for Stealing Money

Brunilde Fioravanti
Novembre 17, 2017

Flair was eventually released from the hospital, and he made a surprise appearance on WWE SmackDown Live on Tuesday to celebrate his daughter, Charlotte Flair, winning the SmackDown Women's Championship from Natalya.

Things seem to be going well for Ric Flair at the moment, well for the most part anyway.

Ric Flair has had a very memorable 2017 from having a health scare that almost took his life to a revealing look into his personal life during an excellent ESPN 30 for 30 special.

Powell's POV: Flair changed management companies on September 6, 2017, which ended his relationship with Legacy.

According to TMZ Sports, Flair is suing Legacy Talent and Entertainment, saying that it received $25,000 from First Row Films, which produced the 30 for 30. Flair never received his cut, and he also noticed a $12,000 advance royalty from a sponsorship with Jake's Fireworks that he never received. When he reached out to his former management company for the money, Flair claims they told him the money was used to pay legal bills, which he says he never authorized.

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