Reid Flair
professional wrestler
Reid Flair
Richard Reid Fliehr is an American professional wrestler, better known by his ring name Reid Flair. He is the youngest son of legendary professional wrestler Ric Flair and also younger half-brother of wrestler David Flair.
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Reid Flair Dead: Wrestler Ric Flair's Son Dies At 25 - Huffington Post
Google News - almost 4 years
NBC 6 South Florida Reid Flair Dead: Wrestler Ric Flair's Son Dies At 25 Huffington Post Wrestler Reid Fliehr, better known as "Reid Flair," was found dead in North Carolina on Friday. He was just 25 years old. (Facebook). The youngest son of wrestling legend Ric Flair has died. Reid Fliehr, better known to wrestling fans as "Reid Flair," was found ... Reid Flair, son of WWE star Ric Flair, dies at 25Los Angeles Times Son of pro wrestler Ric Flair found deadThe Associated Press Reid Flair Dead -- Ric Flair's Son Dies at 25TMZ.com Examiner.com -FS West -TWNP-Wrestling News all 55 news articles »
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Phantom's Phannies: Wrestling's Worst - JohnJohnSaidIt.com
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old School Championship Wrestling will present a Champions Challenge Night tonight at the Hanahan Recreation Gymnasium, 3100 Mabeline Road, Hanahan. All champions will have their belts on the line. Top bouts include Reid Flair returning to face Calie
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Colt Cabana: 'Thank You' CM Punk - Charleston Post Courier
Google News - over 5 years
All champions will have their belts on the line. Top bouts include Reid Flair returning to face Calie Casanova in a challenge for Hardcore King, and Josh Magnum meeting Ken Magnum. Adult admission (cash at the door) is $10; children 12 and under $5
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Reid Flair comments on earning the respect of his father Ric Flair, says he's ... - ProWrestling.net
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One thing that was apparent during James Guttman's 35 minute interview with Reid Flair was his admiration for his father. Although he's Ric's son, Reid doesn't want a handout and yearns to carve his own place in the business
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Θέλει WWE ο γιος του Flair - Onsports.gr
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Ο Reid Flair, γιος του Ric, έθεσε σαν προσωπικό του στόχο την ένταξη του στο ρόστερ του WWE. O 23χρονος έχει περάσει αρκετές νομικές περιπέτειες ακολουθώντας τα… βήματα του πατέρα του. Πάντως ξέφυγε από όλες αυτές με την καταβολή χρηματικών
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WWE's 3 Most Influential 90's Matches, Reid Flair to WWE? - Wrestlezone
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WWF Championship: Shawn Michaels vs Steve Austin WrestleMania XIV Ric Flair's son Reid Flair appeared on the "Hit the Ropes" radio show on Wednesday and spoke about the possibility of following in his father's footsteps and becoming a pro wrestler
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Sechsseitiger Ring kehrt zurück / TNA geht gegen Spoiler vor / Reid Flair ... - Professional Wrestling und Mixed Martial Arts - WWE TNA MMA -
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Reid Flair, der Sohn von Ric Flair, gab nun in einem Interview mit „Hit the Ropes Radio“ bekannt, dass er bis jetzt einen TNA Vertrag ablehnte, weil er auf ein Engagement mit der WWE hoffe: “No, I have not ruled out TNA. I respect the guys that are
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Warrant issued for Ric Flair - Examiner.com
Google News - over 5 years
--Reid Flair, the often troubled son of Ric Flair, is still hoping on a career in the WWE. Keep dreaming the dream, so far the WWE has shown no interest. --There is a real nut case in the Philadelphia area who is willing to pay someone to dress and act
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Reid Flair
    TWENTIES
  • 2013
    Age 23
    In June 2013, Fliehr's autopsy revealed it was an accidental overdose and the prescription drugs clonazepam and alprazolam were found in his system.
    More Details Hide Details In November 2015, six days before Survivor Series, Reid's sister and WWE Divas Champion Charlotte signed a contract to face Paige at the event. Charlotte proclaimed she was doing this for Reid as a tribute to him. Paige then mocked her by saying that "your little baby brother, he didn't have much fight in him did he?" Reviewers and critics bashed this due to the fact the feud between them wasn't interesting enough or heartfelt enough to contain this. WWE didn't ask permission from the Flairs to bring up Reid's death and hadn't given prior warning to Reid's parents. WWE quickly dropped this angle and have not referenced it since.
    Flair made his in-ring debut for All Japan on January 26, 2013, when he replaced his sick father in a tag team match, where he and Keiji Mutoh were defeated by Seiya Sanada and Tatsumi Fujinami, with Sanada pinning him for the win.
    More Details Hide Details During February, Flair worked All Japan's Excite Series tour, wrestling undercard tag team matches. On March 15, Flair wrestled his first singles match in All Japan, submitting Yasufumi Nakanoue with the figure-four leglock. Flair returned to the United States following All Japan's March 17 event, which was 12 days before his death. Fliehr was born in Charlotte, North Carolina, to professional wrestler Ric Flair and Elizabeth Fliehr. He was the youngest of four siblings; he had a half-sister Megan, a half-brother David, and a sister Ashley; the latter two are both professional wrestlers. Reid Fliehr attended and graduated from Providence High School (North Carolina) in 2007. Fliehr was arrested on June 23, 2007, for assault and battery, and was released after posting bail. On March 4, 2009, Fliehr was arrested for driving while impaired in Mecklenburg County, North Carolina, and was released after posting $1000 in bail. Fliehr was arrested again on April 26, 2009. After crashing his car, police found black tar heroin inside it, and he faced felony charges. He was also charged with driving while impaired, driving with a revoked license, and possession of drug paraphernalia, and was released after posting $15,000 in bail. He later overdosed twice in 2011.
  • 2012
    Age 22
    In late 2012 it was reported that Flair had started training with All Japan Pro Wrestling.
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  • TEENAGE
  • 2009
    Age 19
    At the conclusion of a match on April 11, 2009, Flair was handed the championship.
    More Details Hide Details At the following show, the former champion Jeff Lewis was announced as the current champion, with no explanation given.
    On April 11, 2009, Flair, his brother David, and Brad Anderson beat Jeff Lewis, C.W. Anderson and Masked Superstar at an NWA Charlotte show.
    More Details Hide Details The match ended controversially with a double pin, when Flair pinned Lewis while CW Anderson pinned Brad Anderson. At the end of the match, Flair was awarded the NWA Mid-Atlantic Heritage Championship belt. At NWA Charlotte's next show on May 25, however, Lewis was announced as the NWA Mid-Atlantic Heritage Champion, with no explanation given. On May 2, he and David took on Buff Bagwell and Rikki Nelson and would lose. After the match the former champion Jeff Lewis was announced as the current champion, with no explanation given. In June 2010, Reid teamed up with George South Jr. to take part in The Anderson Brothers Classic 4 Tournament where they defeated Caleb Konley and Cedric Alexander in the semi finals and Charlie Dreamer and Jake Manning in the final. In August he made his debut for Lucha Libre USA. In the same month next year he participated in NWA Future Legends Tournament and lost to John Skyler in the semi-final.
  • 2008
    Age 18
    Fliehr made his debut on December 6, 2008, under the name "Reid Flair", teaming with his elder brother David to defeat The Nasty Boys in Charlotte, North Carolina, with Hulk Hogan as the special guest referee.
    More Details Hide Details He wrestled for many independent promotions such as Big Time Wrestling and Northeast Wrestling.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1998
    Age 8
    Fliehr wrestled two matches in the now defunct World Championship Wrestling (WCW). In the first, on October 4, 1998, he was ten years old when he defeated Eric Bischoff and on June 12, 2000, he teamed with his father Ric in a loss to David Flair and Vince Russo in a tag team match.
    More Details Hide Details Fliehr made an appearance on March 29, 2008 during the WWE Hall of Fame. The next night, he made his first WrestleMania appearance with his family representing Ric Flair in the Hall of Fame. He also sat at ringside during the WrestleMania XXIV event. He appeared on Raw the following night with his family to honor his father's career. Throughout 2008, Fliehr was trained by Harley Race.
  • OTHER
  • 1988
    Age -2
    Born on February 26, 1988.
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