Over recent days Ric Flair and Dutch Mantell have been beefing via their podcasts and on Twitter, and one of the topics covered was Flair’s reputation for not paying his taxes and money owed to people. And now former Ring of Honor owner Cary Silkin has taken it as an opportunity to remind the world that Flair still owes him $41,000 from 2009.
In March 2009, Ric Flair signed with ROH and debuted at a show named after him, ROH Stylin’ And Profilin’. The intention was never for him to wrestle, as he’d just retired for the first time. Instead, he was an authority figure who wasn’t afraid to get physical if the situation required it. However, he subsequently no-showed an event in Canada, and despite legal action being taken, Flair has never made good on his debt. Instead, signing with TNA and acting like his brief ROH run never happened. And while the world has mainly forgotten, Silkin clearly hasn’t, which is understandable.
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