Sunday, January 29, 2006 9:01 AM
No hes hasnt been fired. relax flair marcs. But i was thinking about this. And I think in many ways, flair being let go will result in similar backlash to when vince screwed bret, as far as guys in the back go. Obviously fans around the world will not be uniting like canada does for hart. But I often refer to flair as being on his way out, sort of speak. He cant keep up with the newer younger guys. and thats not a flair bash, its just a fact. Sooner or later he will be let go by the WWE. Even flair himself comes with backlash. With all of the personal problems he has. Now what i mean by backlash of his termination is, That when he DOES get let go, There are gonna be a # of superstars that are gonna be pissed off. The only way people will except him leaving is through retirement. But flair isnt about to retire any time soon. So he would only leave through being fired. But there are gonna be a number of guys who will not agree with it. You can say "its just business" but there are still people who say flair has never looked better, when its obvious to even the biggest flair marc, that hes past his prime. After a single sledge at NYR he was completely winded. There are gonna be a vast majority of "boys in the back" who are gonna hate management for this decision. And i relate it to bret hart because guys like Mick Foley almost quit the company after it happened. They were THAT upset. And i just know that theres gonna be a few guys who never even thought of flair leaving the WWE eventually. People like hardy and tajiri, get a small mention on WWE.com about their release. And not that flair is on that level, or will have the same fate, but Its not like WWE has all this respect for their wrestlers. This is the same company that sold out shock value of RVD's return to boost ppv buy rates. The same company that sold out the womens division for tits and ass. I doubt they will take any special consideration with the termination of the nacha boys contract. I mean what do you guys think about this? If he were to be let go, how do you think people will handle it?
Sunday, January 29, 2006 7:27 PM
There is no way they would terminate Flairs contract. This guy is still one of the best guys around and can make any match good. His cage match with Triple H at Taboo Tuesday was great. I think Flair will stick around until he is ready to walk out on his own terms.