Richard Morgan Fliehr or famously known as Ric Flair is a retired former American wrestler who is currently signed to WWE in it’s Legends Program. Considered one of the greatest professional wrestlers of all time, he has competed for many wrestling promotions such as National Wrestling Alliance, World Championship of Wrestling as well as Total Non-Stop Wrestling.
With 40 years of the wrestling career, Ric Flair, father of WWE Diva Charlotte Flair, has an estimated net worth of $5 million. In addition, he has also made his appearances in several music videos. What are the properties owned by The Nature Boy? Details about his earnings, salary and career.
Ric Flair Net worth
Regarded as one of the best professional wrestlers in the history of wrestling history, he has earned a lot of money and amassed tons of fortune throughout his professional career as a wrestler.
According to the reports, he earned in excess of $ 500,000 as an annual salary from WWE in 2006. He was paid about $35,000 a night in 2012 and earned $22,000 a night in 2011.
His net worth is estimated to be around $ 5 million as of 2018.
Talking about his assets, he owns a Chevrolet Camaro brand car that is estimated to cost around $60,000.
His residence in his hometown of Charlotte North Carolina is thought to have a market value in the range of $700,000.
Ric Flair’s Career
Ric Flair was born on February 25, 1949, in Memphis, Tennesse in the United States of America. He is of American nationality.
He started his professional career with American wrestling promotion, National Wrestling Alliance in 1972 and later went to Japan in 1973.
Flair signed with Jim Crockett Promotions and WCW and won his first world heavyweight championship by defeating Dusty Rhodes for the NWA World Heavyweight Championship on 17 September 1981.
He signed with World Wrestling Entertainment in the September 1991 and went to win the vacant WWE title at the Royal Rumble 1992.
He has captured several titles besides World Heavyweight championship title like Intercontinental and United States Championship as well as winning the Tag titles.
Flair is credited with being the 16-time world heavyweight championship which is considered as being the milestone record in sports entertainment history by the WWE.
Besides competing for WWE, he has competed for various independent promotions and mostly served as a manager for fellow American wrestling promotion, Total Non-Stop Action with whom he signed in 2010.