Eddie Kingston was in the midst of sending well wishes to Jon Moxley, who is in rehab, on AEW Dynamite when 2.0 interrupted him. When they brawled, 2.0 mentioned that Eddie couldn’t help Moxley.

Ric Flair is a veteran star and he had previously expressed his desire to have one more run inside the squared circle. During his Woo Nation podcast, he revealed that a promoter in Israel wanted to book him to wrestle AEW’s Sammy Guevara. He said that he’d do it for $100,000 and first class airfare. He put over Asuka, saying Charlotte would tell him, “Dad, I’m wrestling Asuka.  I don’t know if I can keep up with her.” He’s a HUGE Sasha Banks fan, even giving her the nickname “Steamboat” after all the matches she’s had with Charlotte. Eric Bischoff Drops Hulk Hogan Health Bombshell

Ric Flair sheds praise on The Young Bucks

It was during the same podcast that the WWE Hall Of Famer talked about The Young Bucks and their impact on the pro wrestling business in the last decade. Flair lavished praise on their athleticism and admitted he couldn’t do a lot of things that they can:

One of the reasons I have managed to adapt over the years is because I can identify somebody being able to do something that I simply could not have done. I can honestly tell you, I could have learned how to do a moonsault, I could have lerned to do a couple of the things the kids can do but the stuff The Young Bucks do, I could never have doney. I was a Division 1 athlete but the stuff those guys do, similar to The Usos and the bumps they take, I cannot help but respect them, plus they are really nice respectful kids. I know that word respect is used too much by me but when you got my respect you got me.

They have come up with several different looks that work and I do not think there is any limit. They are young wrestlers, the key for them is to stay healthy which is the key for everybody.”

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