The Rock Announces Biopic on WWE Icon Ric Flair

The Rock Announces Biopic on WWE Icon Ric Flair
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The Rock and Seven Bucks Productions have announced an upcoming biopic about the life of a legendary wrestler from the WWE Hall of Fame.

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The Rock along with Seven Bucks Productions previously worked on the ‘Fighting with My Family’ film that focused on the life from Paige (Saraya) and now the next WWE legend is scheduled to be a film based on their lives.

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On Twitter, The Rock announced that The Rock is preparing to make an autobiography about The life and times of the WWE Hall of Famers Ric Flair.

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He wrote:

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WOO! As a wild kid who was raised with the adrenaline-filled world of wrestling I adored “The Nature Boy” Ric Flair. It was one of my idols. When I entered the world of wrestling and began to pour my own blood and sweat in arenas all over America My admiration for Ric changed to a deep admiration. Since I realized how rare and nearly impossible it is to completely change the way that wrestling is conducted, and to truly alter the rules This is exactly the kind of thing Ric Flair did.

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Ric Flair was a fervent desire to be the most famous ever and, while achieving the status of GOAT – the singer also gave up his dreams and paid a huge cost. He lived to tell the tale.

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I’ve been with Ric as early as eight years old. He along with my dad, Rocky “Soulman” Johnson were wrestling within the NWA (National Wrestling Association)

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This project is a personal one for me, and we at @sevenbucksprod and #KevinMischerfilms cannot wait to tell the incredible story of his life.

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Like always “thank you for the house, Ric” The house is a People’s champ #TheRicFlairStory #SevenBucksPro Woo

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Flair is currently on AEW television and will often join Sting prior to his retirement game at AEW Revolution.

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WOO!

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As a wild child who was raised with the raunchy world of wrestling I adored “The Nature Boy” Ric Flair. Ric was among my greatest idols. When I entered the world of wrestling and began to pour my own blood and sweat in arenas all over America My respect to Ric…

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