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Ric Flair Says He Has No Longer Ill Feelings Towards Becky Lynch Using 'The Man' Moniker

Ric Flair Says He Has No Longer Ill Feelings Towards Becky Lynch Using 'The Man' Moniker

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Ric Flair has revealed that apologized to Becky Lynch at WWE Raw 30.

Ric Flair who says he has apologized to Becky Lynch and made amends with WWE over issues that had lingered over the last couple of years. Speaking on an episode of his podcast released Wednesday Flair commented on his experience at Raw 30 and conversations yet had backstage with Becky Lynch and Triple H.

Ric Flair said that both he and Triple H had been talking for about an hour, which was a private discussion about resolving a lot of issues that had been lingering for a couple of years. He then went on to apologize to Becky Lynch. He mentioned going up to her and asking if he can talk to her and apologize to her. He also went over to Seth Rollins and shook his hand and let him know that he was gonna be apologizing to his wife.

"It was phenomenal. I gotta tell you, I learned more about myself and more about what I've missed in the business and what I hadn't missed in one day because I haven't been here for a long time. I felt like I was respected. I felt like I was wanted. I felt like I was part of it again. I walked away a better man with a better understanding of who I am as a person and what the business is about.”

"It started out with me and Hunter talking for about an hour, which is a private discussion, but resolving a lot of issues that have been lingering for a couple years, and then I apologized to Becky Lynch. I walked up to her and said, 'May I speak with you for a minute’, and I said, ‘I’m sorry that this got to where it is.’ I went over and shook Seth Rollins hand and I said, ‘I’m going to apologize to your wife.’”

“I've just decided that, you know, it all comes with the documentary. Sometimes you get so wrapped up in things that you just forget, and you say it so many times for so many years. Actually, the whole ‘The Man’ trademark was decided by someone besides she and I. It’s not that as much as the money that was involved in it which the company reaps the better part of it anyway. Then I saw them with their child and I thought, ‘My God, this is going to be Ashley someday.’ It’s not worth it. I am not The Man anymore. The Man is who the people think it is, and basically we’ve turned it over to social media to decide who The Man is.”

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