"To Be the Man, You Gotta Beat the Man" - Official Nature Boy WOOOO-Wagon

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  1. Papa Pillman

    Papa Pillman I've got more Ho's than Jim Duggan

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    :flair: [​IMG] :flair:

    All the women want to be with him and all the men want to be like him.

    Did you know Ric has never won one of these?!? We're talking about God here. The Sixteen Time World Champion. Space Mountain may be the oldest ride in the park, but it has the longest line. The Nature Boy has "Styled and Profiled" his way to over a quarter century as a top draw in the business.

    Ric Flair's Title History according to WWE.com:

    WWE Championship (2 times)
    1/19/1992, Royal Rumble: won 30-man Royal Rumble for vacant title
    9/1/1992: def. Randy Savage

    WCW Championship (6 times)
    12/27/1993, Starrcade: def. Vader
    12/27/1995, Starrcade: def. Randy Savage
    2/11/1996, SuperBrawl: def. Randy Savage
    3/16/1999, Uncensored: def. Hollywood Hogan
    5/15/2000, Nitro: def. Jeff Jarrett
    5/29/2000, Nitro: awarded from Kevin Nash

    NWA World Heavyweight Championship (8 times)
    9/17/1981: def. Dusty Rhodes
    11/24/1983, Starrcade: def. Harley Race
    5/24/1984: def. Kerry von Erich
    8/7/1986: def. Dusty Rhodes
    11/26/1987, Starrcade: def. Ron Garvin
    5/7/89, WrestleWar: def. Ricky Steamboat
    1/11/1991: def. Sting (became officially recognized as WCW Championship)
    7/18/1993, Beach Blast: def. Barry Windham

    Intercontinental Championship (1 time)
    9/18/2005: def. Carlito

    United States Championship (5 times)
    7/29/1977: def. Bobo Brazil
    4/9/1978: def. Mr. Wrestling
    4/1/1980: def. Ricky Steamboat
    4/19/1980: def. Jimmy Snuka
    7/7/1996, Bash at the Beach: def. Konnan

    World Tag Team Championship (3 times)
    12/14/2003, Armageddon: w/Batista, def. the Dudleys (Tag Team Turmoil)
    3/22/2004, RAW: w/Batista, def. Booker T & Rob Van Dam
    11/5/2006, Cyber Sunday: w/"Rowdy" Roddy Piper, def. Spirit Squad

    And this doesn't include many titles won in Mid-Atlantic.

    In fact, solely on the subject of world titles, while he is officially recognized as a 16-time World Heavyweight Champion (8 NWA Championships, 6 WCW Championships, 2 WWF Championships) the actual number of his World Championship reigns is debatable. Flair is said to consider himself a 21-time World Champion in NWA, WCW, and WWF and he also won three NWA Championships in All Star Pro Wrestling, AJPW, and Central States Wrestling. Making Ric Flair arguably a 24-time World Heavyweight Champion.

    -He was the WON awards wrestler of the year eight seperate times.
    -#2 in PWI's rating of best wrestlers of the PWI years.
    -He won match of the year awards as early as '83 and as late as 2008.
    -Multiple match and fued of the year awards from many respected publications, against multiple different opponents.
    -Two time inductee into the WWE Hall of Fame
    -Headlined Starrcade or Wrestlemania on 9 seperate occasions
    -Won the WWF title by winning the '92 Royal Rumble as one of the first two entrants outlasting the greatest battle royal field in wrestling history, consisting of the likes of Davey Boy Smith, Ted Dibiase, HBK, Kerry Von Erich, Greg Valentine, Nikolai Volkoff, Tito Santana, Roddy Piper, Jake Roberts, Jim Duggan, Jimmy Snuka, Randy Savage, Taker, Slaughter, Sid, and the Immortal Hulk Hogan.

    The ultimate self-promoter and greatest mic worker in history, if not for Flair and men like Dusty Rhodes who had to strive to keep up with him, the likes of the Rock(defending champion who ousted Flair last year) would never have existed.

    Also as one of the original Horsemen, Flair has the backing of Pro Wrestling's preeminent stable, as well as the well-earned moniker of "Dirtiest Player in the Game" to help him suvive through these ranks.

    The 60-minute man will wrestle a broom stick to a five star time limit draw, get that broomstick over, and take a Limo back to the hotel to give your daughter a night she'll never forget.

    So when the argument eventually comes up that "DURRRR, Flair always eventually loses and puts the young guy over and now is that time", REMEMBER THIS: the only reason why getting the ultimate rub from Flair is so important is because of how much time he spent at the top of the mountain. Flair may have lost 16(or 24?) world titles, but he had to win them first. This is the year we put him through to a WZ Tourney title, so he can job properly and give a new guy the rub in 2014.

    Flair is God of Pro Wrestling. THIS is God's year!!
     
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    SSJPhenom The Phenom of WZ

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    And whether you like it or you don't like it; learn to love it because it's the best thing going today! WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!
     
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    Papa Pillman I've got more Ho's than Jim Duggan

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    Today's passage from the word of God...

     
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    Papa Pillman I've got more Ho's than Jim Duggan

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