"Nature Boy" Ric Flair
"To be the man, you gotta beat the man!" This catchphrase is instantly identified with one man. The man considered by most experts to be the greatest wrestler of all-time. That, of course, being "The NatureBoy" himself, Ric Flair.
To go through Flair's historic career would take many pages and probably still not scratch the surface. Needless to say "Slick Ric's" 36-year career will never be surpassed or equaled. Debuting in 1972 Flair would begin his rise to stardom 3 years later when he won the Mid-Atlantic TV Title from Paul Jones. The same year Flair would be involved in the famous plane crash that he was told would end his career. This the where the world saw that Ric was special as he returned only 8 months later in early 1976. Flair would then go on to the level the following year winning the NWA U.S. Title from Bobo Brazil. Soon after Ric would assume "The Nature Boy" moniker to draw out the original "Nature Boy" Buddy Rogers and cemented his status by winning their match. Flair would win his first NWA World Title in 1981 defeating Dusty Rhodes. For more information about Flair's rise to the top of the NWA visit our Starrcade '83 page.
Flair would dominate the title picture through the 80s (even becoming so synonymous with the title the famous "Big Gold Belt" was made specifically for him in 1986) and into 1991 when he parted ways with WCW (which had actually split from the NWA) In 1992 Flair would cement his legacy when he finally arrived in the WWF and won two world titles their. Flair would return to WCW in 1993 win additional titles and remain there until the end of the company in 2001. Returning to the WWF (soon to be WWE) later that year, Flair would end his career there in 2008 losing to Shawn Michaels in a "career threating match" at WrestleMania XXIV. In a fitting end, this match was voted Pro Wrestling Illustrated's Match of the Year.
Ric Flair Main Display
Ric Flair main display with action figures, sunglasses, Big Gold Belt and more.
Fandu "Big Gold Belt" replica. Dual color plates, brown strap and "Ric Flair nameplate" to match the original.
Ric Flair Porsche Sunglasses
Porsche-Carrera 5621 "Aviator" sunglasses. Made famous by Ric in many an 80's promo! Picture in the back is from the TV debut of the "Big Gold Belt".
WWE 2K Hall of Fame Ring
Replica of Ric Flair's Hall of Fame ring included with the WWE 2k video game.
Ric Flair Pink Feather
Feather from Ric's famous pink robe. This is the from the same robe used by 2k to make the "Woooo" edition of the game. 2k swatch from the game is above the feather. Feather obtained from a former owner of the robe.
Big Gold Belt Book
Book detailing the history of the famed "Big Gold Belt" introduced (and specifically made for) Ric Flair in 1986. Details the belt's creations, history and eventual re-assembly of the original belt.
Ric Flair Remco Figure
Ric Flair figure by Remco. Released in 1985 as part of the AWA "All-Stars" line. The figure came in a two pack with Larry Zbyszko with the headline "NWA Champion vs. AWA Challenger".
Ric Flair 14 inch Figure
Ric Flair 14 inch action figure by Galoob toys.
Ric Flair 1990 Figure
Galoob Toys series 1 Ric Flair, 1990.
San Francisco Toy Makers
Ric Flair figures issued in 1994 by The Original San Francisco Toy Makers. The purple tights version is from series 1, while the green are from series 2.
S.F. Toymakers 1998
Ric Flair "Forearm Smash" figure by The Original San Francisco Toymakers 1998
SF Toymakers 4.5 scale
Ric Flair 4.5 scale figure by The Original San Francisco Toy Makers. 1998.
Ric Flair WWE Domez
Issued at discount retailers in mystery bags, the first series of WWE Domez included The Nature Boy in his classic red robe.
Ric Flair Bobblehead
Ric Flair bobblehead by Foco Toys.
Ric Flair 1999 Toy Biz
1999 Ric Flair figure by Toy Biz. Came packages as part of the "IV Horsemen" set.
Rob Schamberger Art Card
Ric Flair "Legends" art card by Rob Schamberger. Part of Topps WWE "Undisputed" set. 2019.
Galoob Watch Mini-Figure
Mini-Figure by Galoob. These came attached to watches which are very rare.