Ric Flair is a professional wrestler whose real name is Fred Phillips. Ric Flair was born on February 25, 1949, in Memphis, Tennessee, U.S.. This page will examine Ric Flair’s total career net worth.Image Credit: Supercon Conventions
In the ring, Ric Flair was trained by Verne Gagne. Ric Flair is the parent of 4, including; Reid Flair; David Flair, and Charlotte Flair. Ric Flair’s nicknames have included “Naitch”, “Space Mountain”, “The Man”, “The Original Party Animal”, “Kyouran no Kikoushi (Japanese language for the “Nobleman of Fury”), “The Dirtiest Player in the Game”, “Limousine Ridin’, Jet Flyin’, Kiss Stealin’, Wheelin’ Dealin’, Son of a Gun”, “The Real World Champion”, “Naitcha’ Boy”, “I Da! Ba-Loot!”, “The Golden Stallion”, “The Sixty-Minute Man”, “The Master of the Figure-Four”, “Slick Ric”, “Wrestling God”, “The Baby’s Arm”, “The Alimony Pony”, “Rambling Ricky” Rhodes, and “The Nature Boy”. Billed from Charlotte, North Carolina Ric Flair has had a surprising time wrestling which ended in December 3, 2012.
Some of the signature moves employed by Ric Flair included the Multiple suplex variations, Turnbuckle flip evasion, landing on the apron, with theatrics, Backhand chop, usually followed by a “Woooo!” from the crowd, Eye poke or Eye rake, Elbow drop, Testicular claw, Flop (Dropping face first to the mat, usually after a punch, with theatrics), Piledriver (professional wrestling), Chop block, usually as a setup for the figure-four leglock, Low blow, Body guillotine to an opponent’s leg, Back body drop, Shin breaker, usually as a setup for the figure-four leglock, Dropkick – early career, Knee drop, and Snapmare. In terms of music, Ric Flair has entered the ring to “Immortal” by Dale Oliver (TNA; used while a part of Immortal (professional wrestling)), “Dawn” section of the Symphonic poem “Also sprach Zarathustra (Strauss)” by Richard Strauss (National Wrestling Alliance/World Championship Wrestling/WWE; 1970s-June 2, 2009; December 17, 2012-present), “Recognition” by CFO$ (WWE; September 21, 2015 – May 23, 2016; used while managing Charlotte (wrestler)), “Fortune 4” by Dale Oliver (Total Nonstop Action Wrestling; used while a part of Fortune (professional wrestling)), and “The Wanderer” by Dion.
Wrestlers’ payments may vary depending on league, experience, and promotional ability. According to the league, the average professional wrestler brings home around $500,000 a year. But some get more than a million dollars. Meanwhile, non-professional community wrestlers get only $100+ per match.
So what is Ric Flair’s net worth in 2018? Our estimate for Ric Flair’s net worth in 2018 is: $4 million