Ric Flair spoke about interesting topics as a guest on KARE 11. Flair, as a man with huge experience behind him, could give a lot of advice, especially to those younger wrestlers. However, Flair doesn't seem to be doing that.
One of the reasons why Flair doesn't want to give advice is the fact that many wrestlers prefer to hear advice from the fans. Their focus on social media is too great. Because of this, many lose their personality and what they really are.
“I don’t really do that too much anymore because, if you want to know the truth, and it’s sad, but I think it’s the same way in not just wrestling, but in other sports, the kids, the younger generation looks more at what the fans are saying,” Flair said, as quoted by pwmania.com!
“Social media, and they are sensitive. Everybody is sensitive and it’s hurtful, but I quit giving advice when somebody asked me something and then I saw them walk over and ask someone 20 years younger the same question”.
Ric Flair and his advices
Besides, many wrestlers don't ask many questions. Flair is a person who is ready to advise anyone who asks. He is happy when he receives a question. Besides, many wrestlers don't ask many questions.
Flair is a person who is ready to give advice to anyone who asks. In fact, he is happy when he receives a question. “I’m only going to tell them once, if they ask, and they really don’t ask. People still ask me to watch their match and give my critiques, I do that.
I’m delighted when someone asks me that. Someone just asked me last week. I love to help them out. I’ve had so much experience and wrestle so many different personalities, different body types, different styles, and I’m honored when they ask me that and I like to give them advice”.