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Post by Callaway Chris » Sun Mar 28, 2010 10:40 pm

Repo is now syndicated to another network!!!

The Operation Repo crew is on more channels now, thanks to its popularity :help

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Post by kingforward » Mon Mar 29, 2010 9:01 am

N.J. Judge Won't Block 'Jersey Shore' Episodes
Associated Press, Mar 29 2010, 5:58 AM ET

TOMS RIVER, N.J. (AP) — A New Jersey judge has again denied a request to block the release of episodes of the MTV reality series "Jersey Shore."

State Superior Court Judge Joseph Foster rejected the request of three people who say their reputations will be damaged because they're shown fighting with cast members.

An attorney for the three complained after a published report said MTV planned a global release of the series, which focuses on the escapades of eight 20-something Italian-Americans at a shore house.

Last month the judge denied a man's request to block the DVD release of the show's first season. The man says he was beaten during an episode.

The other two litigants are a police officer fired after an episode showed him in a fight with cast members and the officer's wife. :beye

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Post by kingforward » Wed Mar 31, 2010 6:28 pm

I thought it appropriate to add substance to this thread with the following important information ( and hopefully, bring more fans to Op-Re, J-Shore and TV4Autos).

Paris Hilton

This article is about the American socialite. For her self-titled fragrance, see Paris Hilton (fragrance). For the hotel chain, which has a hotel in Paris, France, see Hilton Hotels.
Paris Hilton

Paris Hilton promoting her cell-phone video game "Jewel Jam" at the E3 Video Game Convention
Born Paris Whitney Hilton
February 17, 1981 (1981-02-17) (age 29)
New York City, New York, U.S.
Occupation Socialite, model, actress, singer, fashion designer
Years active 2003–present
Height 5 ft 8 in (1.73 m)[1]
Parents Richard Howard Hilton
Kathy Hilton
Official site

Paris Whitney Hilton (born February 17, 1981) is an American socialite, heiress, media personality, model, singer, author, fashion designer and actress. She is a great-granddaughter of Conrad Hilton (founder of Hilton Hotels).

Hilton is best known for her appearance on the television series The Simple Life, her several minor film roles (most notably her role in the horror film House of Wax in 2005), her 2004 tongue-in-cheek autobiography,[2] her 2006 music album Paris, and her work in modeling. As a result of several legal incidents, Hilton also served a widely publicized sentence in a Los Angeles County jail in 2007. She is also known for her controversial appearance in a sex tape in 2003.

Contents [hide]
1 Early life
2 Career
2.1 As a model
2.2 As a media personality
2.2.1 Film
2.2.2 Television
2.3 Recording artist
2.3.1 Untitled second album
2.4 As an author
2.5 Standing as a celebrity
3 2008 parody Presidential campaign
4 Products and endorsements
5 Personal life
5.1 DUI arrest and driving violations
6 Filmography
7 Discography
7.1 Albums
7.2 Singles
8 Bibliography
9 References
10 External links

Early life
Hilton was born in New York, NY. Her father is Richard Hilton, a businessman, and her mother is Kathy Hilton (née Avanzino), a socialite and actress. Hilton grew up with three siblings: Nicholai Olivia "Nicky" Hilton, Barron Nicholas Hilton II, and Conrad Hughes Hilton III. She is of Norwegian, German Irish ancestry and Italian ancestry.[3] Hilton is a niece of two child stars of the 1970s, Kim and Kyle Richards.

Hilton moved between several exclusive homes in her youth, including a suite in the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel on Manhattan, Beverly Hills, and the Hamptons. As a child she was good friends with other socialites as Nicole Richie and Kim Kardashian. She attended her freshman year of high school at the Marywood-Palm Valley School in Rancho Mirage, California followed by a short time at Convent of the Sacred Heart (which she attended with Lady Gaga[4]) and the Dwight School in New York for her sophomore and junior years. She was then transferred to the Canterbury Boarding School, in New Milford, Connecticut where she was a member of the ice hockey team.[5] However, in early 1999, she was expelled for violating the school rules.[6] Hilton later earned her GED.[7][8]

In December 2007, Hilton's grandfather Barron Hilton pledged 97 percent of his estate to a charitable organization founded by his father, the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation. An immediate pledge of $1.2 billion was made, with a further $1.1 billion due after his death. He cited his father's actions as the motivation for his pledge. According to reports, the potential inheritance of his grandchildren is sharply diminished.[9][10]

Hilton has worked as a model, actress, singer, and engaged in occasional business pursuits.[11] According to Forbes Magazine, she earned approximately $2 million in 2003–2004,[12] $6.5 million in 2004–2005,[13] and $7 million in 2005–2006.[14]

As a model
Hilton began modeling as a child, initially at charity events.[15] When she was 19, she signed with Donald Trump's modeling agency, T Management.[15] Hilton has also worked with Ford Models in New York, Models 1 Agency in London, Nous Model Management in Los Angeles, and Premier Model Management in London. She has appeared in numerous advertising campaigns, including Iceberg Vodka, GUESS, Tommy Hilfiger, Christian Dior, and Marciano. In 2001, Hilton began to develop a reputation as a socialite, being identified as "New York's leading It Girl" whose fame was beginning to "extend beyond the New York tabloids".[15] She has appeared in several magazines, including the April 2004 issue of Maxim.[16]

As a media personality

Hilton at the Sundance Film Festival in 2008Hilton has made cameo appearances in several films, notably Zoolander, Wonderland, and The Cat In The Hat. She landed minor and supporting roles in the feature films Nine Lives, Raising Helen, The Hillz, and House of Wax. Her role as Paige Edwards in House of Wax won the Teen Choice Award for "Best Scream" and earned her a nomination for "Choice Breakout Performance – Female".[17] (It also won her the 2005 Razzie for "Worst Supporting Actress" at the 2005 Golden Raspberry Awards.)[18] She also earned a nomination for "Best Frightened Performance" at the 2006 MTV Movie Awards. She landed her first lead roles in 2006 with the straight-to-DVD releases National Lampoon's Pledge This! and Bottoms Up. She plays the Hottie in the box office bomb romantic comedy The Hottie and the Nottie, released in 2008. She also had a minor cameo appearance as herself in An American Carol.

More recently, Hilton plays Amber Sweet, the surgery- and painkiller-addicted daughter of a biotech magnate in the goth/rock musical Repo! The Genetic Opera. Critics have responded positively to her performance in the film, in which she sings and acts. In an interview Repo! director Darren Lynn Bousman revealed that he had originally refused to audition Hilton for the role of Amber Sweet. "I broke down," says Bousman, "and I met with her, and immediately she charmed everyone in the room."[19] In the same interview, Bousman also revealed that Hilton was so keen to get the part that she had the script smuggled in to her during her much publicized stint in a Los Angeles jail, and used her time inside to work on her role.


Paris Hilton in Cannes during the Film festivalHilton co-starred with her friend Nicole Richie in the Fox reality series The Simple Life, which premiered on December 2, 2003. The Simple Life ran for three seasons on Fox. The show was cancelled by Fox after a dispute between Hilton and Richie, but it was subsequently aired by E! Entertainment Television for the fourth and fifth seasons.[20] Despite talks of a sixth season,[21] the series finished its run at the end of the fifth season.[22] In March 2008, it was reported that Hilton would star in a new MTV reality series tentatively titled Paris Hilton's My New BFF, about her looking for a new best friend.[23] The series premiered on September 30, 2008.[24]

Hilton has also guest-starred in episodes of the popular tv-show The O.C., The George Lopez Show, Las Vegas, American Dreams, Dogg After Dark, and Veronica Mars. Furthermore, she appeared in several music videos, including "It Girl" by John Oates and "Just Lose It" by Eminem. Planning is underway for an eponymous cartoon series following the animated life of Hilton, her sister Nicky, and her dog Tinkerbell,[25] which began filming in September 2007. In April 2008, she guest starred on the My Name is Earl episode "I Won't Die with a Little Help from My Friends".[26] On January 29, 2009, Paris Hilton's British Best Friend, began airing on ITV2 in England. The second season of Paris Hilton's My New BFF premiered on June 2, 2009. In June 2009, Hilton shot "Paris Hilton's Dubai BFF".[27] Runner-up of the British series Kat McKenzie died on July 3, 2009 of a suspected overdose.[28]

Hilton guest-starred in the fifth episode of Supernatural's fifth season. "Paris Hilton is playing a demonic creature that takes the form of... Paris Hilton," creator and executive producer Eric Kripke said in a statement. "It'll be a fun, irreverent episode and we here at Supernatural are thrilled that Paris agreed to do it."[29]

Hilton guest starred in an episode of I Get That a Lot in 2010, on CBS, as a petrol service-station attendant.

Recording artist
Further information: Paris (Paris Hilton album)
Hilton founded Heiress Records, a sub-label of Warner Bros. Records, in 2004 and released her self-titled debut album, Paris, under that label on August 22, 2006. Although the album reached number six on the Billboard 200 for a week, its total sales volume has been low[30][31] - but the first single "Stars Are Blind" was a top ten hit in 17 countries. Allmusic commented that the album was "more fun than anything released by Britney Spears or Jessica Simpson, and a lot fresher, too." As a whole, critical reception was mixed.[32] Paris Hilton can also be heard singing on the soundtrack to the musical Repo! The Genetic Opera. In an interview, the director, Darren Lynn Bousman, praised her vocal skills. When talking about Paris' vocal audition process for the role, Bouseman said, "We gave her some music and said, 'You have one day to come back and perform this.' She came back the next day, memorized everything, was pitch-perfect, I mean she was awesome."[33]

Untitled second album
On July 16, 2007 Hilton confirmed that she was working on a new album with producer Scott Storch.[34][35][36] In a recent interview with MTV, Hilton decided that her second album is going to be a dance album. She stated that she "loves Bob Sinclar" and wants to create dance-music vibe. Hilton has installed a professional recording studio in her house to work on the album.[37] On September 30, 2008, Hilton premiered her song "My BFF" on KIIS-FM with host Ryan Seacrest. It is the first single from her as yet untitled second studio album[38][39] and the theme song of her show Paris Hilton's My New BFF.[39] Hilton stated that she finished working on the album.[39] A second song "Paris For President" was released along with a music video late October 2008.[40]

For her second studio album, she has confirmed six tracks: "Jailhouse Baby", "Platinum Blonde", "Crave" and "My BFF", "Paris For President", and "Girl Tax",[41] "My BFF" and "Paris For President" were released in 2008 as the first two singles. In November 2008, Hilton talked with Entertainment Weekly backstage at the American Music Awards and she told them that she has finished her second album, and “wrote all the songs.” The album is featuring production by Mike Green who worked with the bands Paramore and The Matches.[42] In December 2008, she was looking for a label to release her album, she told Entertainment Weekly. "I'm not sure which label I'm doing it with," she said. "I'm figuring it out right now."[43] Later that month she stated her intention to release her album under her own record label Heiress Records.[44]

As an author
Further information: Confessions of an Heiress: A Tongue-in-Chic Peek Behind the Pose and Your Heiress Diary: Confess It All to Me
In the autumn of 2004, Hilton released an autobiographical book, Confessions of an Heiress: A Tongue-in-Chic Peek Behind the Pose, co-written by Merle Ginsberg, which includes full color photographs of her and her advice on life as an heiress. Hilton reportedly received a $100,000 advance payment for this book. Some in the media panned the writing as amateurish, and the book was parodied by Robert Mundell on The Late Show with David Letterman. The book became a New York Times bestseller. Hilton followed it up with a designer diary, also with Ginsberg, called Your Heiress Diary: Confess It All to Me.

On September 2009, Hilton's quote: "Dress cute wherever you go, life is too short to blend in" has been added to The Oxford Dictionary of Quotations.[45]

Standing as a celebrity
She denied proclaiming herself as the "iconic blonde of the decade" such as Princess Diana and Marilyn Monroe in the May 2007 issue of Harper's Bazaar.[46] She appeared in the 2007 Guinness World Records as the world's "Most Overrated Celebrity".[47][48] In a poll conducted by the Associated Press and AOL, Hilton was voted the second "Worst Celebrity Role Model of 2006", behind Britney Spears.[49] Critics suggest that Hilton epitomizes the title of famous for being famous;[50] echoing that sentiment, the Associated Press conducted what they called an experiment in February 2007, trying not to report on Hilton for a whole week.[51]

2008 parody Presidential campaign
Wikinews has related news: Paris Hilton mocks John McCain presidential ad

On August 6, 2008 Hilton appeared in a 1 minute 50 second long video online, "Paris Hilton Responds to McCain Ad", directed by Adam McKay and posted on the Funny or Die website. The video featured Hilton in a parody advertisement, and was made in response to a television campaign advert "Celeb", by the 2008 John McCain presidential campaign. In Celeb, McCain briefly compared his rival Barack Obama to that of celebrities such as Hilton and Britney Spears, going on to question his readiness to lead and criticize his energy policy.

In what The Washington Post opined "might just be her best acting role yet,"[52] Hilton appears in the video wearing a leopard print swimsuit.[53] She starts out by suggesting that her personal mention by McCain means that she must now be a candidate in the presidential race, and goes on to mock McCain, and critique the expected qualities and lifestyle of a celebrity in comparison to that of a US president. In a 30 second segment, in the style of an academic speaker, Paris compares and contrasts the policies of McCain and Obama for solving the US energy crisis, and goes on to propose a 'compromise solution' combining elements of both.

The video received 7 million views in two days garnering worldwide press coverage, and drew both written and verbal media response from both campaigns. The merits and drawbacks of the 'Paris compromise solution' with regard to energy policy, as well as its contrast to the adversarial political campaigns, generated multiple comments from US political commentators, as well as Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi and Congressman Michael Burgess.

Continuing the spoof campaign, in October, Hilton featured in a second parody video posted on Funny or Die, the 2 minute 20 second long "Paris Hilton Gets Presidential with Martin Sheen", alongside Hollywood actor Martin Sheen, with his son, actor Charlie Sheen, appearing in a cameo role. Hilton, heavily made up and in a green evening dress, interviews Martin Sheen in a kitchen, discussing various political issues, seeking his advice from his days playing a fictional President on The West Wing.[54]

Products and endorsements
Hilton helped design a collection of purses for Japanese label Samantha Thavasa, and also a jewelry line for Amazon.com.[55]

In 2004, Hilton was involved in the creation of a perfume line by Parlux Fragrances. Originally set to be a small release, high demand led to a wider release before December 2004. The launch was followed by a 47 percent increase in sales of Parlux products, predominantly due to sales of the Hilton-branded perfume.[56] After the success of Hilton's perfume, Parlux Fragrances released several more perfumes with her name, including fragrances for men.[57] Paris Hilton launched a new fragrance in October 2007, called Can Can. This is her fourth women's fragrance after Paris Hilton, Just Me, and Heiress. During the month of November 2008, Paris Hilton released her fifth fragrance for women called, Fairy Dust. In July 2009, her sixth fragrance for women Siren was launched.[58]

In January 2007, Hilton released the DreamCatchers line of hair extensions in partnership with Hair Tech International.[59] In early August 2007, Hilton signed a licensing agreement with Antebi for a signature footwear line, "Paris Hilton Footware", featuring stilettos, platforms, flats, wedges, and a sports collection, expected to reach stores in 2008.[60] In mid August 2007, Hilton launched a line of tops, dresses, coats, and jeans at Kitson boutique in Los Angeles.[61]

In 2005, Hilton lent her name to a chain of nightclubs owned by Fred Khalilian and known as Club Paris. This association ended in January 2007 after she had failed to attend several scheduled promotional appearances.[62]

In December 2007, Hilton posed nude, covered in gold paint, to promote "Rich Prosecco", a canned version of an Italian sparkling wine.[63][64] She also traveled to Germany to promote the drink, appearing in various print ads for the product.[65]

In February 2010, Hilton participates in an advertising campaign for the launch of the Brazilian beer Devassa[66]. As part of the campaign, Paris will also join the carnival of Rio de Janeiro in the cabin of the brewery [67].

Personal life

Paris Hilton in Munich in 2005Hilton was engaged to fashion model Jason Shaw from mid-2002 to early 2003. In 2003-2004 she had a relationship with singer Nick Carter. Later she was engaged to Greek shipping heir Paris Latsis, from May 29, 2005 to November 2005. Thereafter, she began dating another Greek shipping heir, Stavros Niarchos III, before breaking up in May 2006. In early 2008, she was spotted with Good Charlotte guitarist Benji Madden and in May, Hilton announced her intention to marry Madden during interview with television talk-show host David Letterman.[68][69] The two broke up in November 2008, and "remain very good friends".[70][71] She began dating The Hills star Doug Reinhardt in February 2009;[72] Hilton has also referred to her intention to marry Reinhardt, saying "He's gonna be my husband."[73] The couple broke up in June 2009, only to get back together again in August of the same year.

Hilton told Live with Regis and Kelly: "One-night stands are not for me. I think it's gross when you just give it up. Guys want you more, if you don't just hand it to them on a platter."[74]

Hilton loves small dogs, and lives with a Yorkshire Terrier and a female Chihuahua named Tinkerbell. Paris Hilton is frequently seen carrying Tinkerbell (dubbed an "accessory dog") at social events and functions, and in all five seasons of television reality show The Simple Life. In 2004, Tinkerbell "authored" a memoir, The Tinkerbell Hilton Diaries. On August 12, 2004, Tinkerbell went missing after Hilton's apartment was burgled, and a $5,000 reward was offered for her safe return.[75] She was found six days later. By December 1, 2004, Tinkerbell was again spotted with Paris Hilton at various events. Hilton has also purchased a male Chihuahua on July 25, 2007 from Pets of Bel Air in Los Angeles.[76] Hilton's love for man's best friend led her to create an apparel line for dogs called Little Lily by Paris Hilton, with some of the proceeds going to benefit animal rescue. "I have 17 dogs and I like to dress them, so I started designing this clothing line and it's really cute, like dresses and jeans — everything you can imagine for humans, but for dogs," she said in an interview during Super Bowl XLII festivities.[77] Hilton's love for her dogs led to the rumor that she wanted to be frozen with them at the Cryonics Institute,[78] but Hilton denied the rumor on The Ellen DeGeneres Show.[79]

A homemade sex video of Hilton and then-boyfriend Rick Salomon was leaked on the Internet in 2003, later released as the DVD 1 Night in Paris despite attempted legal action. It appeared a week prior to the premiere of The Simple Life.

On December 20, 2008 around 4:00 am, a man in a hooded sweater and gloves entered Hilton's Mulholland Estates, Los Angeles home and stole $2 million dollars worth of jewelry and other items from her bedroom. Hilton was not home at the time and nobody was injured in the home invasion. [80]

DUI arrest and driving violations

Paris Hilton's booking photographIn September 2006, Hilton was arrested and charged with driving under the influence of alcohol with a blood alcohol content of 0.08%, the level at which it is illegal to drive in California. Hilton's driving license was subsequently suspended in November 2006,[81] and in January 2007 she pleaded no contest to a reckless driving charge.[82] Her punishment was 36 months' probation and fines of about $1,500.[83] On January 15, 2007, Hilton was pulled over for driving with a suspended license and signed a document acknowledging that she was not permitted to drive.[84] On February 27, 2007 Hilton was caught driving 70 mph in a 35 mph zone, again with a suspended license. She also did not have her headlights on even though it was after dark. Prosecutors in the office of the Los Angeles City Attorney charged that those actions, along with the failure to enroll in a court-ordered alcohol education program, constituted a violation of the terms of her probation.[81]

On May 4, 2007 Hilton was sentenced by Judge Michael T. Sauer to 45 days in jail for violating her probation. Initially, Hilton planned to appeal the sentence, and supported an online petition[85] asking California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger for a pardon.[86] The petition was created and organized on May 5, 2007 by Joshua Morales.[87] In response, various opponents started a counter-petition to maintain the sentence.[88] Both petitions attracted tens of thousands of signatures. Hilton later switched lawyers and dropped her plans to appeal.[89]

Hilton was required to begin her jail term on June 5, 2007,[90] and checked herself into the Century Regional Detention Facility, an all-female jail in Lynwood, California after attending the 2007 MTV Movie Awards on June 3, 2007. With credit for good behavior, it was anticipated that Hilton would only serve 23 days of her 45-day sentence;[91] however, in an unexpected turn of events, Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca signed orders on the morning of June 7, reassigning Hilton to 40 days of home confinement with an electronic monitoring device due to an unspecified medical condition.[92] Baca commented on the release saying, "My message to those who don't like celebrities is that punishing celebrities more than the average American is not justice,"[93] contesting that under normal circumstances, Hilton would not have served any time in jail, and he added that "The special treatment, in a sense, appears to be because of her celebrity status ... She got more time in jail".[94] On the same day that Hilton was released from jail, Judge Michael Sauer summoned her to reappear in court the following morning (June 8) as the sentencing statement had explicitly said she would serve time in jail with "No work furlough. No work release. No electronic monitoring."[95] At the hearing he declined to be briefed by Hilton's attorney in private chambers on the nature of her condition and sent her back to jail to serve out her original 45-day sentence. Upon hearing the sentence, Hilton shouted, "It's not right!" and started screaming, requesting to hug her mother who was present in the courtroom.[96][97] Concern about Hilton's condition led to her being moved to the medical wing of the Twin Towers Correctional Facility in Los Angeles, and she was moved back to the Century Regional Detention Facility in Lynwood on June 13.[98]

While in jail, Hilton was influenced by the clergyman minister Marty Angelo: Hilton referred to starting a "new beginning" during her interview with talk show host Larry King on June 28, 2007, two days after being released from jail,[99] and quoted from Angelo's autobiography, entitled Once Life Matters: A New Beginning. On June 9, 2007, Marty Angelo petitioned Sauer,[100] asking to serve out the remainder of Hilton's jail sentence if the judge would release her to an alternative treatment program,[101] but the petition was turned down.

Year Film Role Notes
1993 Wishman Girl on Beach
2000 Sweetie Pie ?
2001 Zoolander Herself Cameo
2002 Nine Lives Jo
QIK2JDG Strung-out Supermodel
2003 L.A. Knights Sadie
Wonderland Barbie Cameo role
The Cat in the Hat Female Club-Goer Cameo role
2004 Las Vegas Madison TV series, 1 episode: "Things That Go Jump in the Night" (1.14)
Win a Date with Tad Hamilton! Heather
George Lopez Ashley TV series, 1 episode: "Jason Tutors Max" (3.18)
The O.C. Kate TV series, 1 episode: The L.A. (1.22)
The Hillz Heather Smith
Raising Helen Amber
1 Night In Paris Herself Pornographic film
Veronica Mars Caitlin Ford TV series, 1 episode: Credit Where Credit's Due (1.2)
2005 American Dreams Barbara Eden TV series, 1 episode: "California Dreamin'" (3.15)
House of Wax Paige Edwards
2006 Bottoms Up Lisa Mancini
Pledge This! Victoria English
2008 The Hottie and the Nottie Cristabel Abbott
Repo! The Genetic Opera Amber Sweet
An American Carol Herself
2009 Rex Paris TV film
Pedal to the Metal Jane In production
Supernatural (TV series) Herself/Leshii Guest star/Cameo role

Main article: Paris Hilton discography
Paris (2006)
From Paris:

"Stars Are Blind"
"Turn It Up"
"Nothing in This World"
Other songs:

"My BFF"
"Paris For President"
Confessions of an Heiress: A Tongue-in-Chic Peek Behind the Pose, 2004, ISBN 0743266641
Your Heiress Diary: Confess It All to Me, 2005, ISBN 0743287142
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Lindsay Lohan Background information
Birth name Lindsay Dee Lohan
Born July 2, 1986 (1986-07-02) (age 23)[1]
New York City, New York
Genres Pop rock
Occupations Actress, singer-songwriter, fashion designer, model
Years active 1996–present
Labels Casablanca, Universal Motown

Lindsay Dee Lohan (pronounced /ˈloʊ.ən/;[2] born July 2, 1986)[1] is an American actress, model, and pop singer-songwriter. She began her career as a child fashion model before making her motion picture debut in Disney's 1998 remake of The Parent Trap at the age of 11.

Lohan first gained fame between 2003 and 2005 with leading roles in the films Freaky Friday, Mean Girls and Herbie: Fully Loaded, subsequently appearing in independent films including Robert Altman's A Prairie Home Companion and Bobby. Her career was interrupted in 2007 as two DUI incidents and three visits to rehabilitation facilities led to several lost movie deals. Resuming her career, she guest starred in the TV series Ugly Betty in 2008 and filmed Robert Rodriguez's Machete in 2009.

Lohan launched a second career in pop music in 2004 with the album Speak and followed up with A Little More Personal (Raw) in 2005. She has attracted significant publicity, particularly surrounding her personal life. As such, she is often photographed by paparazzi photographers.

Contents [hide]
1 Early life and education
2 Career
2.1 1989–2002: Early career and The Parent Trap
2.2 2003–2004: Mean Girls and Freaky Friday
2.3 2004: Speak
2.4 2005: Herbie: Fully Loaded and A Little More Personal (Raw)
2.5 2006–2007: Independent movies and career interruptions
2.6 2008–2010: Continued career
3 Personal life
4 Filmography
5 Discography
6 References
7 External links

Early life and education
Lohan was born on July 2, 1986 in New York City and grew up in Merrick and Cold Spring Harbor on Long Island, New York.[1][3] She is the eldest child of Donata "Dina" (née Sullivan) and Michael Lohan.[4] Lindsay has three younger siblings, all of whom have been models or actors: Michael Jr. (who appeared with Lindsay in The Parent Trap), Aliana ("Ali"), and Dakota ("Cody"), the youngest Lohan child.[4] Lohan is of Irish and Italian heritage and was raised as a Catholic.[4] Her maternal family were "well known Irish Catholic stalwarts" and her great-grandfather, John L. Sullivan, was a co-founder of the Pro-life Party in Long Island.[5] Lohan attended Cold Spring Harbor High School on Long Island where she did cheerleading and played basketball, soccer and lacrosse, describing herself as a "jock".[6] She attended high school, where she did well in science and maths[7] until grade 11 when she started homeschooling.[8]

Lohan's parents have a turbulent history. They married in 1985, separated when she was three, and later reunited[9][10] before separating again in 2005, finalising their divorce in 2007.[11][12] Her father, Michael, is a former Wall Street trader and businessman who inherited his father's pasta business, though has been in trouble with the law on several occasions[9][13] while her mother, Dina, is a former singer and dancer.[7]

1989–2002: Early career and The Parent Trap
Lohan began her career as a child model with Ford Models at the age of three.[14][15] She modelled for Calvin Klein Kids and Abercrombie Kids, and appeared in over 100 television commercials,[7] including those for Pizza Hut and Wendy's, as well as a Jell-O spot with Bill Cosby.[14][15] By age 10, when Lohan played Alexandra "Alli" Fowler in the series Another World, Soap Opera Magazine said she was already considered a show-business veteran.[14][15][16]

Lohan played Alli Fowler for a year before leaving to star in Disney's 1998 family comedy The Parent Trap, a remake of the 1961 movie. She played dual roles of estranged twin sisters who try to reunite their long-divorced parents, played by Dennis Quaid and Natasha Richardson.[4][14] The film earned $92 million worldwide, and critic Kenneth Turan called Lohan "the soul of this film as much as Hayley Mills was of the original", going on to say that "she is more adept than her predecessor at creating two distinct personalities".[17][18] The film won Lohan a Young Artist Award for best performance in a feature film[19] as well as a three-film contract with Disney.[7]

At the age of 14, Lohan played Bette Midler's daughter in the pilot episode of the short-lived series, Bette (2000), but resigned her role when the production moved from New York to Los Angeles.[4][20] She also starred in two Disney television movies: Life-Size opposite Tyra Banks in 2000, and Get a Clue in 2002.[14][15] In 2002, she dated singer Aaron Carter.[14] There were reports of a feud between her and Hilary Duff, who had also dated Carter.[14] Lohan later commented that "people just started selling stories ... it was easy to write about."[21]

2003–2004: Mean Girls and Freaky Friday

Lohan in 2002Lohan starred alongside Jamie Lee Curtis in the 2003 family comedy Freaky Friday. At Lohan's own initiative, her character was rewritten and changed from a Goth style to be more relatable.[22] Critic Roger Ebert wrote that Lohan "has that Jodie Foster sort of seriousness and intent focus beneath her teenage persona".[23] Freaky Friday earned Lohan the award for Breakthrough Performance at the 2004 MTV Movie Awards.[24] As of 2010, it was her biggest commercial film success, earning $160 million worldwide.[25] It also received an 88% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes.[26]

Aiming to become a triple threat—actor, singer and dancer, similar to Ann-Margret and Marilyn Monroe—Lohan began showcasing her singing through her acting.[27] For the Freaky Friday soundtrack, she sang the closing theme, "Ultimate",[7] as well as recording four songs for the Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen soundtrack. Producer Emilio Estefan, Jr. signed Lohan to a five-album production deal in 2002.[28] Two years later, Lohan signed a recording contract with Casablanca Records, headed by Tommy Mottola.[29]

In 2004, Lohan starred in two lead roles. The first, Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen—Lohan's first role in a film that was not a remake[7]—earned a domestic box office total of $29 million, with Brandon Gray of Box Office Mojo commenting that it was "well above expectations as it was strictly for young girls".[30] The film overall, however, did not meet with critical acclaim.[31] Robert K. Elder of Metromix wrote that, "though still a promising star, Lohan will have to do a little penance before she's forgiven for Confessions".[32]

The teen comedy Mean Girls was Lohan's first movie independent of Disney. The film was a critical and commercial success, grossing $129 million worldwide and, according to Brandon Gray, "cementing her status as the new teen movie queen",[30][33][34] while Steve Rhodes wrote that "Lohan dazzles us once more. The smartly written script is a perfect match for her intelligent brand of comedy."[35] Lohan received four awards at the 2004 Teen Choice Awards for Freaky Friday and Mean Girls, including Breakout Movie Star.[36] Mean Girls also earned her two awards at the 2005 MTV Movie Awards, Best Female Performance and Best On-Screen Team along with several other cast members.[37]

2004: Speak
At the age of 17, Lohan became the youngest ever host of the MTV Movie Awards in 2004.[38] Following Mean Girls, which was scripted by Tina Fey and featured several alumni of Saturday Night Live, Lohan hosted the show three times between 2004 and 2006, as well as hosting the 2006 World Music Awards.[39]

Lohan's debut album, Speak, was released in December 2004, peaking at number four on the Billboard 200.[40] By early 2005, it was certified Platinum.[7] The album was praised by Linda McGee of RTÉ, who awarded it 4 out of 5 stars, saying "Speak opens with all the raw emotion and teenage angst that you'd expect from an artist of Lohan's age" and that, "while her vocals are not sensational, their gritty edge keeps Lohan more than afloat throughout this album"[41] as well as remarking upon the similarity with the early music of Avril Lavigne.[41] Allmusic, however, awarded it 2 out of 5 stars and claimed the album "feels more like a byproduct of an overdriven, overamplified celebrity culture than an actual album".[42] Though primarily a pop album, Speak was introduced with the single "Rumors". Described by Rolling Stone as "a bass-heavy, angry club anthem",[43] "Rumors" details Lohan's complaints with the paparazzi.[44] "Rumors" eventually earned a Gold certification in the United States.[45]

Lohan was shooting Herbie: Fully Loaded in 2004. Vanity Fair called it her "first disastrous shoot", describing how she was hospitalized with a kidney infection brought on by stress in her personal life and the effort of recording her first album while the film was in production. The magazine also described how Lohan terminated the promotional tour and was de-emphasized on the movie poster due to "un-Disney-like behavior".[46] Lohan dated actor Wilmer Valderrama in 2004.[47] She guest starred in an episode of That '70s Show, where he was a regular.[47] According to Vanity Fair, the breakup with Valderrama contributed to Lohan's issues during the shooting of Herbie: Fully Loaded.[46]

With Mean Girls, Lohan's public profile was raised significantly and paparazzi began following her.[48] She spent several years living out of hotels in Los Angeles, two of those years at Chateau Marmont. In late 2007, after settling down in more permanent residency, she explained that she spent so much time in hotels because she "didn't want to be alone" but that "it wasn't a way of life ... not very consistent."[49][50][51] Lohan has had a series of car accidents that have been widely reported, with minor crashes in August 2004,[52] October 2005,[53] and November 2006, when Lohan suffered minor injuries because a paparazzo who was following her for a photograph hit her car. Police called the crash intentional, but prosecutors said there was not enough evidence to file criminal charges.[54]

2005: Herbie: Fully Loaded and A Little More Personal (Raw)

Herbie, the car that appears with Lohan in Herbie: Fully Loaded (2005)Lohan returned to Disney in 2005 for Herbie: Fully Loaded, the fifth film in the series with the anthropomorphic car Herbie. Fully Loaded earned $144 million worldwide and received mixed reviews.[55][56] Stephen Holden of the new York Times called Lohan "a genuine star who ... seems completely at home on the screen",[57] While James Berardinelli wrote that, "as bright a starlet as she may be, Lohan ends up playing second fiddle to the car."[58]

In 2005, Lohan became the first person to have a My Scene celebrity doll released by Mattel. She also voiced herself in the animated direct-to-DVD film My Scene Goes Hollywood, based on the series of dolls.[59]

In December 2005, Lohan's second album, A Little More Personal (Raw), debuted at number 20 on the Billboard 200 chart, falling under the top 100 within six weeks.[7] Slant magazine called it "contrived ... but for all the so-called weighty subject matter, there's not much meat on these bones."[60] The album was certified Gold in early 2006.[61] The music video for the album's first single, "Confessions of a Broken Heart (Daughter to Father)", was directed by Lohan and featured the acting debut of her sister, Ali.[7] The video was a dramatization of the pain Lohan says her family has suffered at the hands of her father.[62] It was Lohan's first song to chart on the Billboard Hot 100, peaking at number 57.[63]

Also in December 2005, Michael and Dina Lohan signed a separation agreement.[11] In 2007, Lohan's parents announced that their divorce proceedings had been finalized.[12]

Lohan spoke in 2007 about her childhood: "I feel like a second parent in the sense that I helped raise my family." ... "I was put between my mother and father a lot. Well, I would put myself between them to try and keep the peace, and I felt good doing that."[64] Despite the conflicts, Lohan calls herself "a family girl" and has spoken very fondly of her family, including her father.[65][66] However, in 2007 and again in 2008 she stated that she was no longer in contact with him, describing his unpredictable behavior as hard to deal with.[67][68][69] In November 2009 her father released recordings of private phone calls with and about Lohan to the media.[70] She commented on Twitter: "I haven't had a real relationship w/Michael Sr. in years."[71]

Lohan's next widely released film, the romantic comedy Just My Luck, opened in May 2006 and, according to Variety, earned Lohan over $7 million.[72] The opening weekend box office takings of $5.7 million "broke lead actress Lindsay Lohan's winning streak" according to Brandon Gray.[73] The film received poor reviews and earned Lohan her first Golden Raspberry nomination for worst actress.[74][75]

2006–2007: Independent movies and career interruptions
Following Just My Luck, Lohan focused on smaller roles in more mature, independent movies.[76] Robert Altman's ensemble comedy A Prairie Home Companion, in which Lohan co-stars with Meryl Streep and Lily Tomlin, had a limited release in June 2006. Peter Travers wrote for Rolling Stone that "Lohan rises to the occasion, delivering a rock-the-house version of 'Frankie and Johnny'".[77] Co-star Streep said of Lohan's acting: "She's in command of the art form" and "completely, visibly living in front of the camera".[78] The Emilio Estevez drama Bobby was released in theaters in November 2006. Lohan received favorable comments for her performance, particularly a scene opposite Sharon Stone.[79][80] As part of the Bobby ensemble cast, Lohan was nominated for a Screen Actors Guild Award and won an award for Ensemble Acting at the Hollywood Film Festival where she also won a Breakout Award for her work in 2006.[81][82] Lohan's next appearance was in Chapter 27 as a John Lennon fan who befriends Mark David Chapman (Jared Leto) on the day he murders Lennon. Filming finished in early 2006, but was not released until March 2008 due to difficulties in finding a distributor.[83][84][85] In May 2007, the drama Georgia Rule, in which Lohan stars alongside Felicity Huffman and Jane Fonda, was released. Owen Gleiberman of Entertainment Weekly wrote that "Lohan hits a true note of spiteful princess narcissism".[86] During filming in 2006, Lohan was hospitalized, her representative saying "she was overheated and dehydrated".[87] At the time Lohan was going through a breakup with restaurant owner Harry Morton.[88] This contributed to her problems on the set according to Allure.[64] In a letter that was made public, studio executive James G. Robinson called Lohan "irresponsible and unprofessional". He mentioned "various late arrivals and absences from the set" and that "we are well aware that your ongoing all night heavy partying is the real reason for your so-called 'exhaustion'."[89] Co-star Fonda later commented that "when she showed up on the set, she was always great."[90]

In 2006, Lohan attended Alcoholics Anonymous meetings.[91] In early January 2007, production on the film I Know Who Killed Me was put on hold when Lohan underwent appendix surgery.[92][93][94] Later in the month, Lohan admitted herself to the Wonderland Center rehabilitation facility. Lohan checked out on February 16, 2007 after completing a 30-day stay.[95][96] During the stay she continued shooting the film, returning to the facility at night.[97][98] Shortly thereafter, Lohan withdrew from a film adaptation of Oscar Wilde's A Woman of No Importance, her publicist stating that Lohan needed to "focus on getting better".[99][100] Lohan was replaced in The Edge of Love in April 2007, shortly before filming was to begin, with the director citing "insurance reasons" and Lohan later explaining that she "was going through a really bad time then."[101][102][103]

Lohan was then cast in the film adaptation of the novel Poor Things. On May 26, four days before production was set to start, she was arrested for DUI and subsequently re-entered rehab. The film's producers initially voiced support and production was put on hold.[104][105][106]

On May 26, 2007, Lohan lost control of her car and ran the vehicle up a curb. Beverly Hills police also found what they preliminarily identified as a "usable" amount of cocaine in her car. After receiving treatment for minor injuries, Lohan was arrested on a misdemeanor charge of driving under the influence of alcohol.[107] Lohan subsequently entered the Promises Treatment Centers rehabilitation facility, where she stayed for 45 days.[108][109] Upon her release to outpatient care, Lohan was voluntarily fitted with a SCRAM bracelet to monitor her sobriety.[110][111]

On July 24, three weeks before filming was scheduled to resume, Lohan was arrested for a second DUI and again returned to rehabilitation.[112] Ultimately she fell out of the project.[113]

On July 24, less than two weeks after leaving Promises, Lohan refused a field sobriety test in Santa Monica and was taken to a police station where her blood alcohol level was found to be above the legal limit. While conducting a search, the police found a small amount of cocaine in her pocket.[110][111][114] Lohan was booked on a felony charge of possession of cocaine and misdemeanor charges of driving under the influence and driving with a suspended license.[114][115] In August 2007, Lohan entered Cirque Lodge Treatment Center in Sundance, Utah for a third stint at rehabilitation, staying until discharge on October 5, 2007.[116] In 2007 Lohan first dated British TV personality Calum Best and then snowboarder Riley Giles, who she met during her third stay in rehab.[117][118]

In the wake of her second DUI arrest, Lohan withdrew from a scheduled appearance on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno in which she had been due to promote I Know Who Killed Me, a low-budget thriller-mystery in which she stars as a stripper with a dual personality.[119] The film premiered to what Entertainment Weekly called "an abysmal $3.5 million".[120] It earned Lohan a dual Razzy nomination for Worst Actress, with Lohan coming first and second, tying with herself.[121]

Hollywood executives and industry insiders commented that it would be difficult for Lohan to find employment until she could prove that she was sober and reliable, citing possible issues with securing insurance.[122][123][124] Robinson, the producer who previously criticized Lohan's work ethic on Georgia Rule, said that he would work with her again if she got the proper medical care, and went on to describe her as "one of the most talented young women in the movie business today."[125]

On August 23, 2007, Lohan pleaded guilty to cocaine use and driving under the influence and was sentenced to one day imprisonment and 10 days community service. She was also ordered to pay fines and complete an alcohol education program, and was given three years probation. Lohan released a statement in which she said "it is clear to me that my life has become completely unmanageable because I am addicted to alcohol and drugs".[126] On November 15, 2007, Lohan served 84 minutes in jail. A sheriff spokesman cited overcrowding and the nonviolent nature of the crime as reasons for the reduced sentence.[127] The probation was extended with an additional year in October 2009, following several instances in which Lohan failed to attend the court-ordered substance abuse treatment classes.[128]

Following a switch to Universal Motown, Lohan began working on a third album, tentatively titled Spirit in the Dark, in late 2007 and released "Bossy" in May 2008.[129][130][131][132] In November 2008, Lohan stated that work on the album had stalled and that she wanted to avoid the stress of working on movies and music at the same time.[133]

2008–2010: Continued career
In May 2008, Lohan made her first screen appearance since I Know Who Killed Me, on ABC's television series Ugly Betty.[134] She guest starred in four episodes, spanning seasons two and three in 2008, as Kimmie Keegan, an old schoolmate of the protagonist Betty Suarez.[135][136] Lohan made a cameo appearance in the drug themed music video for the May 2008 N*E*R*D song "Everyone Nose".[137]

In the 2009 comedy Labor Pains, Lohan plays a woman who pretends to be pregnant. During the shoot, Lohan's manager worked with the paparazzi to encourage the media to show her working, as opposed to partying.[138] It was originally planned for a theatrical release, but instead appeared as a TV movie on the ABC Family cable channel in July 2009, "a setback for the star" according to Variety.[139][140] The premiere received 2.1 million viewers, "better-than-average" for the channel according to E! Online.[141] Lohan "looks to be coasting through a part that requires little effort, anyway", wrote The Boston Globe.[142] Alessandra Stanley of the New York Times said "this is not a triumphant return of a prodigal child star. ... [Labor Pains] never shakes free of the heavy baggage Ms. Lohan brings to the role".[143]

Lohan was a guest judge on US TV style contest Project Runway sixth season premiere episode, which aired in August 2009.[144][145] In December 2009, she spent a week in India working on a BBC Three documentary on trafficking of women and children.[146][147] She is due to appear in Robert Rodriguez's Machete, for which she was filming in August and September 2009 and which is scheduled for release in 2010.[148][149] It was announced in May 2009 that Lohan was to star in the upcoming film The Other Side, planned for a 2010 release.[150]

Personal life
During the 2008 US presidential campaign, Lohan offered her services to Barack Obama's election effort, including hosting events aimed at young voters; but her offer was declined. An unnamed source within the Obama campaign told the Chicago Sun-Times that Lohan was "not exactly the kind of high-profile star who would be a positive for us."[151] She nonetheless posted MySpace blogs with her opinions on the election, urging voters to support Obama, criticizing media coverage of vice-presidential candidate Sarah Palin, and describing Palin as homophobic, anti-abortion and anti-environmentalist.[152][153][154][155] Lohan had earlier in 2006, during the Iraq War, expressed an interest in going to Iraq on a USO tour with Hillary Clinton.[156] Back in 2004, Lohan stated that she did not like to talk about politics in order to avoid alienating any part of her fanbase.[157]

Lohan was voted tenth on the list of "100 Sexiest Women" by readers of FHM in 2005.[158] Maxim placed her third on its" Hot 100" list in 2006[159] and first in 2007.[160][161] Lohan has been the face of Jill Stuart, Miu Miu, and Dooney and Bourke, as well as the 2008 Visa Swap British fashion campaign[162][163] as well as being the face of Italian clothing company Fornarina for its Spring/Summer 2009 campaign.[162]

Lohan has a long-lasting obsession with Marilyn Monroe going back to when she saw Niagara during the The Parent Trap shoot.[164] In the 2008 Spring Fashion edition of New York, Lohan re-created Monroe's final photo shoot, known as The Last Sitting, including nudity, saying that the photo shoot was an honor.[164] The New York Times critic Ginia Bellafante found it disturbing, saying "the pictures ask viewers to engage in a kind of mock necrophilia. ... At 21 [Lohan] seems even older than Monroe, who was 36 in the originals ... [and] the photographs bear none of Monroe's fragility".[165]

In 2008, Lohan launched a leggings line, whose name 6126 was designed to represent Monroe's birth date (June 1, 1926). In April 2009, Lohan released a self-tanning spray under the brand name Sevin Nyne in collaboration with Sephora.[166][167][168] In September 2009, Lohan became an artistic adviser for the French fashion house Emanuel Ungaro;[169] a collection by designer Estrella Archs with Lohan as adviser was presented in October, receiving a "disastrous" reception, according to Entertainment Weekly and New York.[170][171] Lohan left the company in March 2010.[172]

Having undergone reabilitation for drug and alcohol addiction, Lohan, who has suffered from asthma since the age of two, is a smoker.[173][174]

Lohan dated DJ Samantha Ronson in 2008 and 2009.[175][176] Lohan co-hosted club events with Ronson and accompanied her when she was DJ-ing.[177][178] Speaking about her sexual orientation, Lohan has said she is not a lesbian. When asked if she is bisexual, she responded "Maybe. Yeah", adding "I don't want to classify myself.".[175] In April 2009, following her break up with Ronson, Lohan appeared in a skit on the comedy website Funny or Die. The self-deprecating video is a spoof of the personal ads on dating website eHarmony.[179] It was viewed 2.7 million times in the first week and received favorable comments from the media.[180][181]

In March 2010, in the aftermath of the Haiti earthquake, Lohan gave fund raising assistance to the British Red Cross to provide aid for the country.[182] Also in March 2010, Lohan commenced legal proceedings in which she sought $100 million from financial services company E*Trade in respect of a television advert which Lohan claims invoked her likeness without her permission.[183] She appeared on British comedy chat show Alan Carr: Chatty Man on March 11, 2010 during which she refused to answer questions from host Alan Carr about her sexuality as well as speaking about her fascination with Marilyn Monroe, and her fashion work.[184][185]

Feature films
Year Title Role Notes
1998 The Parent Trap Hallie Parker / Annie James remake
2003 Freaky Friday Anna Coleman remake
2004 Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen Mary Elizabeth "Lola" Cep
Mean Girls Cady Heron
2005 Herbie: Fully Loaded Maggie Peyton sequel
2006 Just My Luck Ashley Albright
A Prairie Home Companion Lola Johnson
Bobby Diane Howser
2007 Georgia Rule Rachel Wilcox
I Know Who Killed Me Aubrey Flemming / Dakota Moss
2008 Chapter 27 Jude Hanson
2010 Machete April (post-production)
The Other Side Max Mackenzie (pre-production)
Films made for television or video
Year Title Role Distributor
2000 Life-Size Casey Stuart ABC
2002 Get a Clue Lexy Gold Disney Channel Original Movie
2009 Labor Pains Thea Clayhill ABC Family
Television roles
Year Title Role Notes
1996 Another World Alli Fowler Soap Opera
2000 Bette Rose Midler "Pilot" (Season 1, Episode 1)
2004 King of the Hill Jenny Medina "Talking Shop" (Season 8, Episode 22)
2005 That '70s Show Danielle "Mother's Little Helper" (Season 7, Episode 7)
2008 Ugly Betty Kimmie Keegan Mutiple Episodes (Season 3, Episodes 1,4 & 5)
2009 Project Runway Guest judge "Welcome to Los Angeles!" (Season 6, Episode 1)

Main article: Lindsay Lohan discography
Lohan's discography consists of two studio albums—Speak (2004) and A Little More Personal (Raw) (2005)—seven singles and five music videos.

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51.^ Kaylin 2008. "Whereas Lohan used to live in hotels - 'I didn't want to be alone, so whatever I needed I could just go downstairs and there were people there' - she now recongizes the unhealthiness of that. 'It wasn't a way of life,' she says. 'Not very consistent.'"
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98.^ Finn 2007. "Per her rep, Lohan has been free to work and carry on with her life during the day and head back to Wonderland at night. She returned to the set of the upcoming thriller I Know Who Killed Me Jan. 26, nine days after starting treatment. 'She's on set today,' Zelnik added."
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100.^ Finn 2007. "Planning to take it easy for a while once she completes rehab for what ails her, Lindsay Lohan has opted to drop out of one of her upcoming film projects, the big-screen adaptation of the Oscar Wilde play A Woman of No Importance. 'She's doing great,' Lohan's publicist, Leslie Sloane Zelnik, told E! Online senior editor Marc Malkin, adding that she needs to focus on her treatment for now."
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Ric Flair

Ric Flair at WrestleMania XXIV
Ring name(s) Ric Flair[1]
The Black Scorpion[1]
Ricky Rhodes[1]
Billed height 6 ft 1 in (1.85 m)[2]
Billed weight 243 lb (110 kg)[2]
Born February 25, 1949 (1949-02-25) (age 61)[3]
Memphis, Tennessee[3]
Billed from Charlotte, North Carolina[2]
Trained by Verne Gagne[2][4]
Yasuhiro Kojima
Debut December 10, 1972

Richard Morgan Fliehr Sr.[3] (born February 25, 1949)[3] is an American professional wrestler, better known by his ring name Ric Flair.[5] Also known as "The Nature Boy", Flair is one of the most well known professional wrestlers in the world[6].

Flair is recognized by World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) as a 16-time world heavyweight champion (eight-time NWA Champion, six-time WCW Champion and two time WWF Champion) although his actual tally of World Championship reigns varies by source — Flair considers himself a 21-time world champion[7]. In World Championship Wrestling (WCW), he also had two stints as a booker— in 1989-1990 and 1994[8]. Flair also won the 1992 Royal Rumble and was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2008. Flair retired from wrestling in 2008 following WrestleMania XXIV. He returned to the ring in 2009 for the Australian "Hulkamania" tour, facing his real life tension Hulk Hogan, and later signed with Total Nonstop Action Wrestling.

* 1 Early life
* 2 Professional wrestling career
o 2.1 American Wrestling Association (1972-1974)
o 2.2 National Wrestling Alliance
+ 2.2.1 NWA World Heavyweight Championship (1981–1986)
+ 2.2.2 The Four Horsemen
o 2.3 World Championship Wrestling (1986–1991)
o 2.4 World Wrestling Federation
+ 2.4.1 The real World Heavyweight Champion (1991)
+ 2.4.2 WWF Championship; feud with Randy Savage and departure (1992-1993)
o 2.5 World Championship Wrestling
+ 2.5.1 Retirement teases (1993-1996)
+ 2.5.2 Feud with nWo (1996-1997)
+ 2.5.3 Return from hiatus and various feuds (1998-2001)
o 2.6 World Wrestling Federation/Entertainment
+ 2.6.1 WWF co-owner (2001-2002)
+ 2.6.2 Evolution (2003-2005)
+ 2.6.3 Feud with Triple H (2005)
+ 2.6.4 Various rivalries and retirement from wrestling (2006-2008)
+ 2.6.5 Retirement, part time appearances and departure (2008-2009)
o 2.7 Ring of Honor and Hulkamania (2009)
o 2.8 Total Nonstop Action Wrestling
+ 2.8.1 Alliance with A.J. Styles (2010-present)
* 3 Legacy
* 4 Personal life
o 4.1 Family
o 4.2 Real life feuds
+ 4.2.1 Bret Hart
+ 4.2.2 Shane Douglas
+ 4.2.3 Mick Foley
o 4.3 Backstage problems
+ 4.3.1 Altercation with Eric Bischoff
+ 4.3.2 Tension with Hulk Hogan
+ 4.3.3 Disagreement with Bruno Sammartino
o 4.4 Politics
* 5 In wrestling
* 6 Championships and accomplishments
* 7 Notes
* 8 References
* 9 External links

[edit] Early life

Flair was born on February 25, 1949. In his autobiography Flair claims he was born in Memphis, Tennessee. In the opening chapter of his autobiography To Be the Man, titled "Black Market Baby," he notes that his birth name is given on different documents as Fred. At the time of his adoption, his father was completing a residency in Detroit. Shortly afterward, the family settled in Edina, Minnesota, where the young Richard Fliehr lived throughout his childhood. After grade 9, he attended Wayland Academy, a coeducational boarding school in Beaver Dam, Wisconsin, for four years (five years total in high school) during which time he participated in interscholastic wresting, football and track.[9]

As a teen, Flair took a summer job as a lifeguard at a local pool in Minnesota, where he received his first exposure to the wrestling business when he met the legendary Vachon brothers. In both 1966 and 1968, Flair won the state private school wrestling championship and was recruited to the University of Minnesota on a football scholarship, where he played alongside Greg Gagne, the son of Verne Gagne. Flair dropped out of college before receiving his degree, and he then worked as a bouncer at a nearby club, where he met Olympic weightlifter Ken Patera, who was preparing for a ring career at Verne Gagne's wrestling school. Patera introduced Flair to Verne Gagne, who agreed to take him on as a member of his training class.
[edit] Professional wrestling career
[edit] American Wrestling Association (1972-1974)

Under the tutelage of Verne Gagne[4] and Billy Robinson, Flair attended Gagne's first Wrestling camp with Greg Gagne, Jim Brunzell, Iron Sheik, and Ken Patera at Gagne's barn outside of Minneapolis in the winter of 1971. Flair met Ken Patera when he was working as a bouncer after dropping out of school at the U of M after completing his freshman year there in 1968-69. They lived together for a while in South Minneapolis. Flair made fast progress, and in December 1972, he made his debut in Rice Lake, Wisconsin, battling George "Scrap Iron" Gadaski to a 10-minute draw while adopting the ring name "Ric Flair."[4] Then weighing nearly 300 pounds with short brown hair, Flair scarcely resembled his future "Nature Boy" image. But he drew attention with his charismatic personality and ring endurance. During his time in the American Wrestling Association, Flair had matches with Dusty Rhodes, André the Giant, Larry Hennig, and Wahoo McDaniel.[10]
[edit] National Wrestling Alliance

In 1974, Flair left the AWA for Jim Crockett's Mid-Atlantic region in the National Wrestling Alliance (NWA);[10] and he soon captured his first singles title when, on February 8, 1975, he beat Paul Jones for the Mid-Atlantic TV Championship. On October 4, 1975, however, Flair's career nearly ended when he was in a serious plane crash in Wilmington, North Carolina that took the life of the pilot and paralyzed Johnny Valentine (also on board were "Mr. Wrestling I" Tim Woods, Bob Bruggers, and promoter David Crockett).[11] Flair broke his back in three places and, at age 26, was told by doctors that he would never wrestle again.[11] Flair conducted a rigorous physical therapy schedule, however, and he returned to the ring just six months later, where he resumed his feud with Wahoo McDaniel in February 1976.[11] The crash did force Flair to change his wrestling technique away from the power brawling style he had used early on, which led him to adopt the "Nature Boy" style he would use throughout his career.

Groomed by Jim Crockett Jr. as his future top star, Flair won the NWA United States Heavyweight Championship when he defeated Bobo Brazil on July 29, 1977; and during the next three years, he held five reigns as U.S. Champion while feuding with Ricky Steamboat, Roddy Piper, Mr. Wrestling II, Jimmy Snuka, and Greg Valentine (with whom he also formed a championship tag team). Flair, however, reached elite status when he began referring to himself as "The Nature Boy" in order to incite 1978 feud with the original "Nature Boy", Buddy Rogers, who put Flair over in one encounter.
[edit] NWA World Heavyweight Championship (1981–1986)

Then on September 17, 1981, Flair reached the top of the mountain when he beat Dusty Rhodes for his first NWA World Heavyweight Championship. In the following years, Flair eventually established himself as the promotion's main franchise in the midst of emerging competition from Vince McMahon's World Wrestling Federation. With his outlandish wit and entertaining interview style, Flair embodied the role of the World Champion—sporting bleached blond hair, elegant jewelry, designer suits, and elaborate custom robes while dishing out his trademark chops and figure four leglock. All the while, Flair taunted his opponents with his "Wooo!" shout while boasting that "To be 'The Man,' you gotta beat the man!".

In 1982, Jack Veneno and Flair had a series of matches. Veneno defeated Flair for the World Title, but the NWA did not recognize this change. Flair also wrestled matches with Ricky Steamboat throughout the year. Harley Race won the title from Flair in 1983, but Flair regained the title at Starrcade in Greensboro, North Carolina in a Steel Cage match; afterward, Race and Flair fought in many different matches in early 1984. Flair won the NWA title, officially, eight more times. As the NWA champion, he defended his belt around the world. Flair lost the title to Race and won it back in the span of three days in New Zealand in March 1984. At the first David Von Erich Memorial Parade of Champions at Texas Stadium, Flair was pinned by Kerry Von Erich. Flair regained the title eighteen days later in Japan.

He then reigned for two years, two months, and two days, losing his title to Dusty Rhodes on July 26, 1986 at The Great American Bash; Rhodes had been an ever-present foe in Flair's career after Flair helped break Rhodes's leg on September 29, 1985. Flair regained the title two weeks later. Flair defended his titles against opponents like Harley Race, Ricky Steamboat, Roddy Piper, Kerry Von Erich, Jay Youngblood, Sting, Ronnie Garvin, Magnum T.A., and Rhodes throughout his career, as well.
[edit] The Four Horsemen
Main article: Four Horsemen

In the spring of 1985, the tag team of Ole Anderson and Arn Anderson began aiding Ric Flair (whom they claimed as a "cousin") in attacks against Dusty Rhodes, Magnum T.A., and Sam Houston. A few weeks later, the Andersons interrupted Houston's match against Tully Blanchard, and the three villains combined to rough up the youngster while sending a message to the rest of the NWA. Shortly thereafter, Flair, Blanchard, and the Andersons formalized their alliance, calling themselves the Four Horsemen, with Blanchard's manager J.J. Dillon also coming on board. Upon the group's inception, it was clear that the Horsemen were unlike any villainous alliance that had ever existed. The four rule breakers immediately used their strength in numbers to decimate the NWA's top fan favorites while controlling the majority of the championship titles. Over the years, there would be various incarnations of the group, with Flair and Arn Anderson as the two permanent members, while a number of different wrestlers, including Lex Luger, Barry Windham, Sting, Sid Vicious, Paul Roma, Brian Pillman, Chris Benoit, Jeff Jarrett, Steve McMichael, Curt Hennig, and Dean Malenko, have held the other two spots in the Horsemen.
[edit] World Championship Wrestling (1986–1991)

By 1986, wrestling promoter Jim Crockett had consolidated the various NWA member promotions he owned into a single entity, running under the banner of the National Wrestling Alliance. Controlling much of the traditional NWA territories in the southeast and Midwestern United States, Crockett looked to expand nationally and built his promotion around Flair as champion. During this time, Flair's bookings as champion were tightly controlled by Crockett, and a custom championship belt was created for Flair. In 1987, Flair and Barry Windham had a series of matches for the NWA World Championship. Flair defeated Windham at the Crockett Cup tournament and they fought to a time limit draw in January. Flair lost the NWA World Championship due to his flamboyant ways in Detroit to Ron Garvin on September 25, 1987. Garvin held the title for two months before losing to Flair on November 26, 1987 at WCW's first pay-per-view event, Starrcade, in Chicago.

In early 1988, rising star Sting had challenged Flair to a match at the first ever Clash of the Champions. Flair accepted and fought Sting to a 45 minute time-limit draw. In late 1988, booker Dusty Rhodes proposed that Flair lose the NWA World Heavyweight Championship to Rick Steiner in a short match at Starrcade when no agreement could be met regarding the finish to the scheduled main event between him and Lex Luger. Rhodes was fired for various issues within the company, and former JCP booker George Scott was given his role as a booker. Scott immediately negotiated to bring in Ricky Steamboat for a series of matches. On February 20, 1989, at Chi-Town Rumble in Chicago, Steamboat pinned Flair to win the NWA World Heavyweight Championship. This prompted a series of rematches, where Steamboat was presented as a "family man" (often accompanied by his wife and young son), while Flair opposed him as an immoral, fast-living "ladies man".

Following a best-of-three falls match with Steamboat that lasted just short of the 60-minute time limit (and ended with a disputed finish where Steamboat retained the title) at Clash of the Champions VI: Ragin' Cajun on April 2, Flair regained the title from Steamboat on May 7, 1989 at WrestleWar. This match was voted 1989's "Match of the Year" by Pro Wrestling Illustrated, and is widely considered among the greatestest matches of all time. Flair was attacked by Terry Funk (serving as a judge for the match, as per its stipulations) after the match when Flair refused to grant Funk a title match, telling Funk that he had spent too much time in Hollywood and out of wrestling, and was not a listed title contender. The attack reached its conclusion when Funk gave Flair a piledriver onto the judges' table.

Months later, a "recovered" Flair returned to competition in an emotional match against Funk at The Great American Bash. The two continued feuding through the summer and eventually Flair reformed the Four Horsemen, with the surprise addition of longtime rival Sting, to combat Funk's J-Tex Corporation. This led to an "I Quit" match at Clash of the Champions IX: New York Knockout. Before the match, Funk stated that he would shake Flair's hand if he lost, a promise he kept when he shouted, "Yes, I quit!" after being in Flair's figure four leglock. Flair then kicked Sting out of the Horsemen upon his challenge for the NWA Championship, resulting in a revived feud between the two which had to be delayed due to Sting injuring his knee, forcing WCW to slot Lex Luger as Flair's main challenger until Sting returned. On July 7, 1990, Flair dropped the title to Sting at The Great American Bash. After being unmasked as the Black Scorpion at Starrcade in 1990, Flair regained the title from Sting on January 11, 1991, in front of a near empty house due to the blizzard conditions in the New York City area. Prior to this reign, WCW split their recognition of a World Heavyweight Champion from the NWA, and Flair was subsequently recognized as the first WCW World Heavyweight Champion, while still being recognized as NWA World Champion.

At the Clash of the Champions XIV: Dixie Dynamite on January 30, he wrestled Scott Steiner to a draw. On March 21, 1991, Tatsumi Fujinami defeated Flair in a controversial match in Tokyo at the WCW/New Japan Supershow. While the NWA recognized Fujinami as their new champion, WCW did not because Fujinami had backdropped Flair over the top rope in a violation of WCW rules. On May 19, 1991, Flair defeated Fujinami at SuperBrawl in St. Petersburg, Florida to reclaim the NWA title and retain the WCW Title. In doing so, he became a nine time NWA World Heavyweight Champion, breaking Harley Race's record of eight reigns. On June 14, at the Clash of the Champions XV: Knocksville USA, he defeated Bobby Eaton in a two out of three falls match.

In the spring of 1991, Flair had a contract dispute with WCW president Jim Herd, who wanted him to take a substantial pay cut. Herd had removed Flair as head booker in February 1990 and wanted to reduce Flair's role in the promotion even further, despite the fact that Flair was still a top draw. According to Flair, Herd also proposed changes in his appearance (i.e. by shaving his hair, wearing a diamond earring and going by the name "Spartacus") as well as his in-ring name in order to "change with the times".[12] Flair disagreed with the proposals, and two weeks before the The Great American Bash, Herd fired him and vacated the WCW Championship. While Flair had left for the WWF he was still recognized as the NWA World Champion until September 8, when the title was officially vacated.
[edit] World Wrestling Federation
[edit] The real World Heavyweight Champion (1991)
Flair during the Hulkamania Tour in 2009.

Flair signed with the World Wrestling Federation (WWF) in August 1991 and began appearing on television as one of the most hated heels the next month. Initially, he appeared on WWF shows with the "Big Gold Belt," calling himself "The Real World Heavyweight Champion." WCW sued Flair in an attempt to reclaim the belt, but Flair claimed that he owned the belt in lieu of the $25,000 deposit paid by NWA champions upon winning the title, which had not been returned to him when he was fired from WCW. The matter was settled later that year, with Flair's deposit being returned to him along with interest. Led by his "financial advisor" Bobby Heenan and his "executive consultant" Mr. Perfect, Flair repeatedly issued challenges to WWF wrestlers like Roddy Piper and Hulk Hogan, wrestling a team led by Piper at Survivor Series in 1991 and helping The Undertaker defeat Hogan for the WWF Championship that same night.[13]
[edit] WWF Championship; feud with Randy Savage and departure (1992-1993)

At the Royal Rumble in 1992, he won the Rumble match to claim the vacant WWF Championship. Flair drew number three in the Rumble match and lasted a then-record nearly 60 minutes, last eliminating Sid Justice with help from Hulk Hogan, who had been eliminated by Justice seconds earlier.[13] In so doing, Flair joined Buddy Rogers as the only men to win the WWF and NWA World Championships in their careers.

After a planned program with Hogan was scrapped due to Hogan's hiatus following the WWF's steroid scandal, Randy Savage challenged Flair for the WWF title at WrestleMania VIII. In storyline, Flair taunted Savage by claiming that he had a prior relationship with Savage's wife, Elizabeth, and that he had the pictures to prove it (which were later revealed to be doctored photos). Savage defeated Flair for the title at WrestleMania[13]. In July 1992, as Savage prepared to defend the title against The Ultimate Warrior at SummerSlam,[13] Flair and Mr. Perfect sowed distrust between the two by suggesting that they would back one or the other during their match. They actually attacked both Savage and Warrior and injured Savage's knee, an injury that Flair exploited to regain the title in a match with Savage on September 1. His second reign was short-lived, however, as he lost the title to Bret Hart on October 12, 1992.

Flair teamed with Razor Ramon to take on Savage and Perfect at the Survivor Series 1992.[14] After losing a Loser Leaves the WWF match to Mr. Perfect on an episode of Monday Night Raw,[15] Flair appeared in the Royal Rumble in 1993 (although the match with Perfect had been taped six days prior, it did not air until the following night) and then fulfilled his remaining house show commitments, making his last appearance on February 10, 1993, before returning to WCW.[16] On The Ultimate Ric Flair Collection DVD, Flair described his first stint with the WWF as "the greatest year and a half of my career, outside the time I spent with Arn Anderson and The Four Horsemen."
[edit] World Championship Wrestling
[edit] Retirement teases (1993-1996)
Flair with Jimmy Hart.

Flair returned to WCW as a face in February 1993 and, as a result of a "no-compete" clause, hosted a short-lived talk show in WCW called A Flair for the Gold as he was unable to appear wrestling. Arn Anderson usually appeared at the bar on the show's set, and Flair's maid, Fifi (portrayed by Wendy Barlow),[17] cleaned or bore gifts. Once he returned to action, Flair briefly held the NWA World Heavyweight Championship for a tenth time after defeating Barry Windham at Beach Blast before WCW finally left the NWA in September 1993. At Starrcade in 1993, Flair was placed in a match, which was billed that if Flair lost, he would retire from wrestling. The match ended with Flair using a chop block and roll-up on the gigantic Vader to win the title for the second time.

In June 1994, Flair defeated Sting in a unification match, merging the WCW International World Heavyweight Championship with the WCW World Championship. This concluded a slow heel turn for Flair that started when he defeated Ricky Steamboat in a controversial manner some months earlier. Flair later feuded with Hulk Hogan upon Hogan's arrival in WCW in June 1994, losing the WCW World Championship to him in July at Bash at the Beach. Flair lost a retirement match to Hogan at Halloween Havoc and took a few months off before returning as a wrestler and part-time manager in 1995 (explained on-air by having Flair nag Hogan for months until Hogan agreed to let Flair come back). He and Randy Savage renewed hostilities when Savage arrived in WCW late in 1994, and their feud continued off and on for almost two years with each wrestler winning the WCW World Championship from each other at different times. Flair defeated Savage in a steel cage at SuperBrawl VI to win the WCW World title, which saw Savage betrayed by Elizabeth in favor of Flair. The Nature Boy also defeated Konnan on July 7 at Bash at the Beach to win the United States Championship. He vacated it in November of that year due to an arm injury.
[edit] Feud with nWo (1996-1997)

Flair played a major role in the New World Order storyline in late 1996 and throughout 1997. He and the Horsemen often took the lead in the war against Scott Hall, Kevin Nash, and Hulk Hogan. Flair feuded with Roddy Piper, Syxx, and his old nemesis, Curt Hennig, in 1997 after Hennig was offered a spot in the Four Horsemen only to turn on Flair and the Horsemen at Fall Brawl in 1997. Hennig punctuated the act by slamming the cage door onto Flair's head. After Fall Brawl. Flair would return a month later to feud with Curt Hennig over the US title (which Hennig won from Steve McMichael). Flair would challenge for the title at Halloween Havoc and World War 3, losing both times. Flair took a hiatus from wrestling for 12 months.
[edit] Return from hiatus and various feuds (1998-2001)

After a 12 month hiatus from television, Flair made a surprise return on September 14, 1998 to ceremoniously reform the Four Horsemen (along with Steve McMichael, Dean Malenko, and Chris Benoit). Flair feuded with Bischoff for several months afterward and eventually turned heel in the process. This culminating in a First Blood cage match at Uncensored against Hulk Hogan where both Bischoff's presidency and Hogan's WCW World Heavyweight Championship were on the line. Despite being the first to bleed, Flair won the match by submission thanks to biased referee Charles Robinson, who counted Hogan out. Robinson would be nicknamed "Lil' Naitch", idolizing Flair and officiating all of Flair's matches in his favor.

As on-air President, Flair began abusing his power much like Bischoff had, favoring villains over fan favorites and even awarding the WCW United States Heavyweight Championship to his son David and resorting to whatever means necessary to keep David U.S. Champion. Flair eventually formed a stable of followers which included Roddy Piper, Arn Anderson, and the Jersey Triad to keep things in order. Flair's reign as president came to an end on the July 19 episode of Nitro, facing Sting for the WCW presidency. During the course of the match, Sting had Flair in his Scorpion Death Lock, but with the referee knocked unconscious, no decision could be reached. A returning Eric Bischoff came to the ring and began ordering the timekeeper to ring the bell, which he eventually did, awarding the match and the presidency to Sting (who promptly gave it up upon receiving it).

Flair won the WCW World Championship twice during 2000, the company's last full year of operation. When WCW was purchased by the WWF in March 2001, Flair was the leader of the villainous group called the Magnificent Seven. During the final episode of Nitro on March 26, 2001, he gave an emotional speech regarding the company's greatness. Later in the night, Flair lost the final match of Nitro to Sting, recreating the first main event of Nitro in 1995. Nevertheless, Flair has repeatedly stated in various interviews how happy he was when WCW finally closed down; although, at the same time, the fact that many people would lose their jobs saddened him.[18]
[edit] World Wrestling Federation/Entertainment
A bloody Flair at WrestleMania X8.
[edit] WWF co-owner (2001-2002)

After a hiatus from professional wrestling, Flair returned to the WWF in November 2001 as the on-camera co-owner of the company and as a face.[19] Flair reappeared on Raw following the end of the "WCW/ECW Invasion" that culminated in a "Winner Take All" match at Survivor Series won by the WWF.[20] Flair's new on-screen role was that of the co-owner of the WWF, with the explanation that Shane and Stephanie McMahon had sold him their stock in the company to a consortium (namely Flair) prior to purchasing World Championship Wrestling and Extreme Championship Wrestling.[21] Flair's feud with Vince McMahon led them to a match at the Royal Rumble in 2002 in a Street Fight, where Flair defeated McMahon.[20] Flair also wrestled The Undertaker at WrestleMania X8 in 2002 where Flair lost after a hard fought battle and interference by Arn Anderson.[22] From then, the "co-owner" angle culminated in early 2002, when Flair controlled Raw, and McMahon controlled Smackdown!.[23] After Steve Austin abruptly left WWE while in a program with Flair, a match was hotshotted between Flair and Vince for sole ownership of WWE, which McMahon won, thanks to interference by Brock Lesnar.[24]
[edit] Evolution (2003-2005)

Flair later became a villain by joining Triple H's "Evolution" stable.[25] Flair won the World Tag Team Championship with Batista twice in 2003 and 2004.[26][27] After Triple H took time off following Vengeance and for the rest of the summer, Flair would become a fan favorite again by beginning a short feud with Kurt Angle. Later, at Unforgiven in 2005, Flair defeated Carlito for the Intercontinental Championship.[28]
[edit] Feud with Triple H (2005)

On the October 3 edition of Raw, Flair was attacked by Evolution partner Triple H, after Triple H threw him into a limousine. On the November 1, 2005 at Taboo Tuesday, Flair defeated Triple H in a steel cage match. Flair continued feud with Triple H until Survivor Series, Triple H defeated him in a Last Man Standing match to end the feud.
[edit] Various rivalries and retirement from wrestling (2006-2008)

On the February 20 edition of Raw he lost to Shelton Benjamin.[29] Flair then took some time off in mid-2006 to rest and marry for the third time; he returned in June to work a program with his real life rivalry Mick Foley that played off their legitimate past animosity.[30] Flair defeated Foley at SummerSlam in an "I Quit" match.[31]
Flair and Carlito in 2007.

Subsequently, he was involved in a rivalry with the Spirit Squad on Raw. On November 5, 2006 at Cyber Sunday, he captured the World Tag Team Championship from the Squad with Roddy Piper.[31] On the November 13 edition of Raw, Flair and Piper lost the Tag Titles to Rated-RKO,[32] due to a disc problem with Piper and had to be flown immediately back to the USA as soon as Raw was off the air. On November 26, 2006 at Survivor Series, Flair was the sole survivor of a match that featured himself, Ron Simmons (replacing an injured Piper), Dusty Rhodes and Sgt. Slaughter versus the Spirit Squad.[31] Flair then left television due to his divorce hearings. On the December 11, 2006 edition of Raw, Flair returned to team up with DX again. They defeated Rated-RKO and Kenny Dykstra.[33]

Flair then began teaming with Carlito after Flair said that Carlito had no heart.[34] Flair defeated Carlito in a match after which Carlito realized that Flair was right.[35] Flair and Carlito faced off against Lance Cade and Trevor Murdoch in a number one contender's match for the World Tag Team Championship but were defeated. The two teamed up at Wrestlemania 23, and defeated the team of Chavo Guerrero and Gregory Helms. After weeks of conflict between Flair and Carlito,[36][37] the team split up when Carlito attacked Flair during a match.[38] At Judgment Day, Flair defeated Carlito with the figure four leglock.[39] His career was put at risk following a match with Randy Orton on June 4, 2007.[40]

On the June 11 edition of Raw, Flair was drafted from Raw to SmackDown! as part of the 2007 WWE Draft.[41] He briefly feuded against Montel Vontavious Porter[42][43] and rejoined forces with Batista to feud with The Great Khali; the alliance was short-lived, however, as Flair was "injured" during a match with Khali.[44][45]

After a three month absence, Flair returned to WWE programming on the November 26 edition of Raw to announce that he says "I will never retire".[46][47] Vince McMahon retaliated by announcing that the next match Flair lost would result in a forced retirement.[46] Later in the night, Flair defeated Orton after a distraction by Chris Jericho.[46][47] It was revealed on the 15th anniversary of Raw that the win or retire ultimatum only applied in singles matches. Flair won several "career threatening" matches against the opponents such as Triple H, Umaga, William Regal, Mr. Kennedy, and Vince McMahon himself among others.[48][49][50] On March 29, 2008, Flair was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame as a part of the Class of 2008 by Triple H. Flair became the first active wrestler to be inducted into the Hall Of Fame. The day after, Flair wrestled at WrestleMania XXIV in Orlando, Florida, losing to Shawn Michaels.[51] This match was voted the 2008 PWI Match of the Year. Flair's fight to keep his career going garnered him the 2008 PWI Most Inspirational Wrestler of the Year award.
[edit] Retirement, part time appearances and departure (2008-2009)
Ric Flair during the final months of his WWE career.

On the March 31, 2008 edition of Raw, Flair delivered his farewell address. Afterward, Triple H brought out many current and retired superstars to thank Flair for all he has done, including Shawn Michaels, some of the Four Horsemen and Chris Jericho, followed by The Undertaker and then Vince McMahon. Along with the wrestlers, the fans gave Ric a standing ovation. This event represented a rare moment in WWE as both the heels and the faces broke character and came out to the ring together. The Undertaker's and McMahon's entrances, however, were not shown on the TV taping of Raw for the week in order to preserve their characters, more in the case of the Undertaker as it involved him hugging Ric Flair and then raising his arm in victory, but were included in Nature Boy Ric Flair: The Definitive Collection DVD as extras.

Flair made his first post retirement appearance on the June 16, 2008 edition of Raw to confront Chris Jericho about his actions from the previous week, when Jericho brutalized Shawn Michaels. Flair did not want to come out of retirement and have an official match, but challenged Jericho to a fight in the parking lot, until he was ejected from the building by Vince McMahon[52].

On the February 9, 2009 episode of Raw, Flair made an appearance to once again confront Chris Jericho, telling him to respect the WWE Legends and the fans. The segment ended with Flair punching Jericho.[53] Exactly one month later, on the March 9, 2009 episode of Raw, Flair appeared during a Money in the Bank qualifier match between Jericho and Kofi Kingston, distracting Jericho which cost him the match. Flair distracted Jericho as revenge for Jericho's attacks on Roddy Piper, Jimmy Snuka and Ricky Steamboat. Jericho subsequently suggested Flair come out of retirement and challenged him to a match on the March 16, 2009 Raw.[54]
Flair with Mickey Rourke at WrestleMania XXV.

That week, Flair declined Jericho's challenge to come out of retirement. Instead he, along with Ricky Steamboat, Roddy Piper and Jimmy Snuka attacked Jericho.[55] Flair made another appearance the next week, to accept Jericho's challenge on behalf of Steamboat, Piper and Snuka for a 3-on-1 handicap match at WrestleMania XXV. Jericho then proceeded to brutally attack Flair, causing him to bleed and even destroying the watch that was given to Flair from Michaels after Wrestlemania.[56]

At the 2009 WWE Hall of Fame induction ceremony, Flair inducted Ricky Steamboat whom Flair called the hardest competition he ever fought. The next day at Wrestlemania XXV, Flair was in the corner of Piper, Snuka, and Steamboat for the match against Jericho. Jericho went on to win the match, and then went after Flair. While Flair was knocked down, Mickey Rourke came into the ring and nailed Jericho with an upper left hook, at which time Flair came in and held up Rourke's hand in victory.

On May 17, 2009, Flair returned to WWE during the Judgment Day pay-per-view, coming to the aid of Batista, who was being attacked by The Legacy faction (Randy Orton, Cody Rhodes and Ted DiBiase). He also appeared the following night on Raw, in a verbal confrontation with Orton. He then went on to compete in a Backstage Brawl with Orton on the June 1st Edition of Raw, after an interference from the rest of The Legacy, the fight ended with Flair trapped inside a steel cage as he was punted by Randy Orton. After Raw, Flair left from WWE for good.
[edit] Ring of Honor and Hulkamania (2009)
The Main Event of Hulkmania Tour in 2009, Ric Flair vs. Hulk Hogan.

Flair signed with Ring of Honor (ROH) and appeared at the aptly titled Stylin' And Profilin' event in March 2009, clearing the ring after an ROH World Championship match ended with a run-in.[57] He soon served as the company's ambassador, in an on-screen authority role and appeared on the television show Ring of Honor Wrestling in May to cement his role.[58] After a number one contender's match ended in a time-limit draw, and the following week a double count out, Flair announced Ring of Honor Wrestling's first ROH World Title match as a four-way contest[59].

On November 21, 2009, Flair returned to the ring as a heel on the "Hulkamania: Let the Battle Begin" tour of Australia, losing to Hulk Hogan in the main event of the first show by brassknuckles[1]. Flair lost to Hogan again on November 24 in Perth, Australia. Both men bled and Flair was pinned after being hit with a megaphone by Hogan.[1] Flair also lost to Hogan on the two remaining matches on the tour, both times after being struck by a megaphone.[1][60]
[edit] Total Nonstop Action Wrestling
[edit] Alliance with A.J. Styles (2010-present)

On the January 4, 2010, live, three-hour edition of Total Nonstop Action Wrestling's Impact! television show, Flair as a face made his debut appearance for the company arriving via limo and later observing the main event between A.J. Styles and long time rival Kurt Angle.[61] It was later reported that Flair had signed a one-year deal with the company.[62] In the past, Flair has openly stated that he was loyal to the McMahons and wanted to end his career in WWE, however he hadn't had contact from WWE since June 2009 and decided to sign with TNA Wrestling after waiting for the call from WWE for six months.[63] On January 17, 2010 at Genesis, Flair helped A.J. Styles cheat to pin Kurt Angle and retain the TNA World Heavyweight Championship.[64] On the following episode of TNA Impact!, Flair announced that he was going to make A.J. Styles the next Nature Boy.[65] Flair has also confirmed that he will return to wrestling in TNA.[5] On the February 25 edition of Impact!, Hulk Hogan announced that both he and Flair will make their in-ring TNA debuts on the March 8 Monday night edition of Impact!, when Hogan and Abyss face Flair and Styles in a tag team match.[66] On the March 8 Monday night edition of Impact! Hogan and Abyss defeated Flair and Styles, when Abyss pinned Styles.[67] Afterwards, the returning Jeff Hardy saved Abyss and Hogan from a beatdown at the hands of Flair, Styles and Desmond Wolfe.[67] At the Destination X pay-per-view, Flair was blinded by Hulk Hogan who was wielding pepper spray.
[edit] Legacy

Flair was often popular with the crowd due to his in-ring antics, including rulebreaking (earning him the distinction of being "the dirtiest player in the game"), strutting and his shouting of "Woooooo!" (Flair got the inspiration from Jerry Lee Lewis' "Great Balls of Fire") Flair's moveset became limited in the last ten years of his career due mainly to his age and years of competition taking a toll on his body, but still remained one of the most entertaining parts of the show. The "Woooooo!" yell has since become a tribute to Flair, and is often shouted by the crowd whenever a wrestler performs a knife-edge chop, one of Flair's signature moves.[2] From the late 1970s, Flair wore ornate fur-lined robes of many colors with sequins during in-ring appearances,[2] and since the early 1980s, his approach to the ring was usually heralded by the playing of the "Dawn" section of Richard Strauss' "Also sprach Zarathustra" (famous for being used in the motion picture 2001: A Space Odyssey).
Flair doing his trademark shout of "Woooooo"

On May 19, 2003 in Greenville, South Carolina, Triple H defended the World Heavyweight Championship in a match against Flair.[68] After Raw went off the air, most of the people who were backstage came out to honor Flair, including Vince McMahon, the Undertaker, Shane, and Stephanie McMahon[68]. Triple H then appeared, and after a stare down, he placed the World Heavyweight Championship belt on Flair's shoulder and embraced him. Flair then gave a speech thanking everyone for the tribute.[68]

Flair released his autobiography, To Be the Man, in July 2004.[69] The title is taken from one of his catch phrases, "To be the man, you gotta beat the man!"

Over the years, Flair has personally trained Stan Lane, Scott McGhee, and, David Flair, his son, to be professional wrestlers.

On the February 18, 2008 edition of Raw, Shawn Michaels announced Flair as the first inductee into the WWE Hall of Fame Class of 2008. The induction ceremony took place on March 29, 2008, with Triple H inducting him. This made him the first, and, as of 2009, only, person to be inducted while still an active competitor.[70] On March 24, 2008, Mayor Bob Coble, of Columbia, South Carolina, declared March 24 to be Ric Flair Day in Columbia. Flair also received the key to the city.[71] Flair was later inducted into the NWA Hall of Fame in Atlanta, Georgia, his second straight Hall of Fame induction in four months, but he did not participate in the event. He received the key to the city of Greensboro, North Carolina on December 5, 2008, to commemorate Flair's victory in a cage match against Harley Race at the inaugural Starrcade event.[72] April 18, 2009 was declared "Ric Flair Day" in Charleston, West Virginia and he was presented with the key to the city by the mayor.[73] Also, on June 12, 2009, Flair was presented with the key to the city of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina[74] and, in September, he received the key to the city in Marion County, South Carolina.[75]

On April 15, 2008 Flair was honored in Congress by a representative from North Carolina, Republican Sue Myrick, who praised his career and what he means to the state.[76] On September 29, 2008, it was announced that Flair's signature sequin covered robe that he wore at WrestleMania XXIV, in what was to be his last match, would be placed in the pop culture section of the National Museum of American History in Washington, D.C.[77]

Flair also lends his voice and image to the Carolina Hurricanes hockey team. During at home games, he appears on the monitor giving his trademark "Wooooo" whenever the Canes score a goal.

In 2003, John Molinaro and other members of the Wrestling Observer staff picked Flair as the greatest wrestler who has ever lived.[78]
[edit] Personal life

In December 2005, a magistrate issued arrest warrants for Flair after a road rage incident that took place in Charlotte, in which Flair allegedly got out of his car, grabbed a motorist by the neck, and kicked the door of the motorist's sport utility vehicle.[79] Flair was charged with injury to personal property and simple assault and battery, both misdemeanors. This incident was ridiculed on WWE programming, most notably by the wrestler Edge.[80]

In September 2007, Flair opened a financial business called Ric Flair Finance.[citation needed] In July 2008, Ric Flair Finance filed for bankruptcy.[81]
[edit] Family

Flair's son David is a semi-retired professional wrestler. Flair's youngest son Reid, who signed a developmental contract with WWE near the end of 2007,[82] is an accomplished high school wrestler and made several appearances on WCW television along with his sister Ashley and half-sister Megan.[83] In 2004, Flair became a grandfather at the age of 55, when his oldest daughter, Megan Fliehr-Ketzner, gave birth to her first child, a daughter named Morgan Lee Ketzner on May 9.[83][84]

On May 27, 2006, Ric married his third wife, fitness competitor Tiffany VanDemark.[85] On August 7, 2008, Tiffany announced that she had filed for divorce from Flair.[86]. A month later, Flair's daughter Ashley was arrested on September 5, 2008 for assaulting a police officer.[87] The incident occurred after police were called to a fight involving Flair, Ashley, and her boyfriend.[87] On November 11, 2009, Flair married his fourth wife, Jackie, in Charlotte, North Carolina. On February 23, 2010, Flair and his fourth wife had an "unfortunate disagreement" in which his wife Jackie Beems was arrested for misdemeanor assault, causing very slight injuries to Flair.
[edit] Real life feuds
[edit] Bret Hart

Flair engaged in an off-screen rivalry with Bret Hart. In Flair's autobiography, Flair criticizes Hart for over-exploiting the death of his brother, Owen Hart, and the controversy surrounding the Montreal Screwjob.[88] Flair also claimed in his autobiography that, despite Hart's popularity in Canada, he was not a formidable money-making draw elsewhere, a claim which Hart dismissed as "plain ridiculous" in a column written for the Calgary Sun.[89] Hart claimed that he drew greater revenue than Flair, citing his headlining performances on consistently sold out tours throughout his WWF career, while Flair wrestled to allegedly near-empty arenas. He also criticized Flair on what he perceived as insults to fellow wrestlers Mick Foley and Randy Savage, both personal friends of Hart's. Hart did acknowledge a decline in the WWF's popularity during the mid 1990s, but he and others felt that this was largely attributed to the WWF's well publicized sex and steroid scandals, as well as WCW's acquisition of former top WWF stars.[89][90][91] Vince McMahon reinforced Hart's drawing power, asserting that any company who hired him could have built their entire franchise around him.[92]
[edit] Shane Douglas

Flair also had a long running feud with Shane Douglas, who would refer to him as "Dick Flair" and accuse him of sabotaging his push in the NWA/WCW after getting a solid push and a rub from his tag partner Ricky Steamboat.[93] Flair, in turn, responded that Douglas was always the guy that would blame his shortcomings on others. He called Douglas out as well as accused him of steroid abuse during a broadcast of the Internet radio show WCW Live! in which he said that he would meet him anytime and anywhere if he "took the needle out of his ass." They were able to come to a working relationship during Douglas' last stint with WCW.
[edit] Mick Foley

Flair has also had issues with Mick Foley. In his 1999 autobiography Have a Nice Day!, Foley said, "Flair was every bit as bad on the booking side of things as he was great on the wrestling side of it."[94] This was in reference to how poorly Foley thought he was booked during his WCW career when Flair was on the booking committee. Flair responded in his autobiography, writing, "I do not care how many thumbtacks Mick Foley has fallen on, how many ladders he's fallen off, how many continents he's supposedly bled on, he will always be known as a glorified stuntman."[95] They have since buried the hatchet and are now friends.
[edit] Backstage problems
[edit] Altercation with Eric Bischoff

Flair described in his autobiography how he attacked Eric Bischoff backstage at a WWE house show, saying it was due to hating how Bischoff treated him in WCW. Flair stated that Arn Anderson kept watch while he tried to get Bischoff to fight him, but that the confrontation was interrupted by Sgt. Slaughter, who promptly informed Vince McMahon of the incident. McMahon then scolded Flair, telling him that his actions were unprofessional and that it couldn't happen again.
[edit] Tension with Hulk Hogan

In his book, Flair also touched on some real life tension between himself and Hulk Hogan which largely stemmed from an incident that followed the conclusion of a tag match between Flair and his son, David, and the team of Curt Hennig and Barry Windham at WCW's Souled Out pay-per-view on January 17, 1999, in Charleston, WV.[96] Flair described Hogan and members of the New World Order coming out to attack them, as well as Hogan whipping an incapacitated David with a leather belt as Flair was forced to look on. "What no one had told me was that Hogan would try to be cute and whip David over and over again....there was Hogan -- with all his experience, and all his celebrity -- trying to be cute. He whipped David like a dog. It was sickening, and I'll never forgive him for it", Flair wrote of the incident.
[edit] Disagreement with Bruno Sammartino

Flair and wrestler Bruno Sammartino have a real life disagreement over what reports call "the infamous backstage 'snub' where Flair claims that Sammartino refused to shake his hand at a live event."[97] While Flair claims Sammartino ignored him due to comments made in his book stating Sammartino was "a Northeast star who couldn’t draw fans outside New York,"[97] Sammartino disagrees. Sammartino referred to Flair as a "liar," stating, "No, I don’t respect Ric Flair. I don’t respect him at all."[98] Sammartino contends that Flair violated him, and not vice versa.
[edit] Politics

Flair has long supported Republican political candidates in North Carolina politics.[99] In 2000, Flair explored the possibility of running for governor of North Carolina,[99] but he never filed the papers.[100]

In the 2008 presidential race, Ric Flair declared his support for the Republican presidential candidate Mike Huckabee. He said of Huckabee, "[Huckabee] is a quality person, self-made, a great family man and he has a great vision for our country. And I'm here to excite the crowd."[101]
[edit] In wrestling
Flair performing his signature Figure 4 Leglock on Hulk Hogan during the Hulkamania Tour.
Flair and Shawn Michaels delivering Knife edge chops to Mikey

* Finishing moves
o Diving knee drop[1] – early career
o Figure four leglock[1] – adopted from "Nature Boy" Buddy Rogers
o Testicular Claw

* Signature moves
o Atomic drop, sometimes inverted
o Back body drop
o Crossbody
o Chop block, usually as a setup for the figure four leglock[1]
o Elbow drop[1]
o Inside cradle
o Knife-edged chop, usually with Flair shouting "Wooooooooo!"[1]
o Low blow[1]
o Multiple suplex variations
+ Belly to back[1]
+ Delayed vertical[1]
+ Double arm[1]
o Poking[102] or raking the opponent eyes[1]
o Roll-up while holding the opponent's tights or placing his feet on the ropes for extra leverage
o Running jumping knee drop[1]
o Shin breaker, usually as a setup for the figure four leglock[1]
o Snapmare[1]

* Nicknames
o "(The) Nature Boy"
o "Naitch (Short for "Nature Boy")"
o "The Dirtiest (Damn) Player in the Game"
o "Stylin' and Profilin'"
o "I Da! Ba-Loot!"
o "The Man"
o "The Limousine Ridin', Jet Flying, Kiss Stealin', Wheelin' Dealin', Son of a Gun"
o "Space Mountain"
o "The Sixty-Minute Man"
o "Slick Ric"
o "The Master of the Figure Four"[103]
o "The Golden Stallion"[104]

* Managers and valets
o Arn Anderson[1]
o Ole Anderson
o Babydoll
o Debra
o James J. Dillon
o Double D
o Miss Elizabeth
o Fifi (Wendy Barlow)[17]
o Jimmy Hart[105]
o Bobby "The Brain" Heenan
o Curt Hennig
o Sherri Martel
o Hiro Matsuda
o Lacey Von Erich[1]
o Woman

* Wrestlers managed
o Triple H
o Batista
o Randy Orton
o Stone Cold Steve Austin
o The Big Show
o Carlito
o David Flair[1]
o Reid Flair[1]
o Ricky Morton[1]
o A.J. Styles

* Entrance Music
o "Dawn" section of the tone poem Also sprach Zarathustra by Richard Strauss[106]
o "Galaxy Express" (AJPW)
o "The Wanderer" by Dion[107]
o "Dawn" section of the tone poem Also sprach Zarathustra (remix) by Dale Oliver (TNA) 2010-present

[edit] Championships and accomplishments
Flair at the 2009 WWE Hall of Fame ceremony.

* All Star Pro Wrestling
o NWA World Heavyweight Championship (1 time)[108]

* All Japan Pro Wrestling
o NWA World Heavyweight Championship (1 time)[108]

* Central States Wrestling
o NWA World Heavyweight Championship (1 time)[108]
* Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling / Jim Crockett Promotions / World Championship Wrestling
o NWA Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Championship (4 times)[109]
o NWA Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Championship (3 times) – with Rip Hawk (1), Greg Valentine (1) and Big John Studd (1)[110]
o NWA Mid-Atlantic Television Championship (1 time)[111]
o NWA Television Championship (1 time)[111]
o NWA United States Heavyweight Championship (Mid-Atlantic version) (5 times)1[112]
o NWA World Heavyweight Championship (7 times)2[108]
o NWA World Tag Team Championship (Mid-Atlantic version) (3 times) – with Greg Valentine (2) and Blackjack Mulligan (1)[113]
o WCW International World Heavyweight Championship (2 times)3[114]
o WCW United States Heavyweight Championship (1 time)[112]
o WCW World Heavyweight Championship (7 times)[115]

* National Wrestling Alliance
o NWA Hall of Fame (Class of 2008)

* Pro Wrestling Illustrated
o PWI ranked him #2 of the top 500 singles wrestlers of the PWI Years in 2003[116]
o PWI ranked him #3 of the top 500 singles wrestlers in the PWI 500 in 1991, 1992, and 1994[117][118][119]
o Feud of the Year (1987) Four Horsemen vs. Super Powers and Road Warriors[120]
o Feud of the Year (1988, 1990) vs. Lex Luger[120]
o Feud of the Year (1989) vs. Terry Funk[120]
o Match of the Year (1983) vs. Harley Race (June 10)[120]
o Match of the Year (1984) vs. Kerry Von Erich at Parade of Champions 1[121]
o Match of the Year (1986) vs. Dusty Rhodes at The Great American Bash in a steel cage match[121]
o Match of the Year (1989) vs. Ricky Steamboat at WrestleWar[121]
o Match of the Year (2008) vs. Shawn Michaels at WrestleMania XXIV
o Match of the Decade (2000–2009) vs. Shawn Michaels at Wrestlemania XXIV
o Most Hated Wrestler of the Year (1978, 1987)[122] (
o Most Inspirational Wrestler of the Year (2008)
o Rookie of the Year (1975)[123]
o Stanley Weston Award (2008)
o Wrestler of the Year (1981, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1989, 1992)[124]
* Professional Wrestling Hall of Fame and Museum
o Class of 2006

* Pro Wrestling Report
o Match of the Year (2008) vs. Shawn Michaels at WrestleMania 24[125]
o Most Memorable Moment - retirement[125]
* St. Louis Wrestling Club
o NWA Missouri Heavyweight Championship (1 time)[126]

* St. Louis Wrestling Hall of Fame
o Class of 2007

* World Wrestling Federation / World Wrestling Entertainment
o World Tag Team Championship (3 times) – with Batista (2) and Roddy Piper (1)[127]
o WWE Intercontinental Championship (1 time)[127]
o WWF Championship (2 times)[127]
o Royal Rumble (1992)[127]
o WWE Hall of Fame (Class of 2008)
o Thirteenth Triple Crown Champion
o Slammy Award for Match of the Year (2008) vs. Shawn Michaels at WrestleMania XXIV

* Wrestling Observer Newsletter
o Best Heel (1990)
o Best Interviews (1991, 1992, 1994)
o Feud of the Year (1989) vs. Terry Funk
o Match of the Year (1983) vs. Harley Race in a steel cage match at Starrcade
o Match of the Year (1986) vs. Barry Windham at Battle of the Belts II on February 14
o Match of the Year (1988) vs. Sting at Clash of the Champions I
o Match of the Year (1989) vs. Ricky Steamboat at WrestleWar
o Most Charismatic (1980, 1982–1984, 1993)
o Most Outstanding (1986, 1987, 1989)
o Readers' Favorite Wrestler (1984–1993, 1996)
o Worst Feud of the Year (1990) vs. The Junkyard Dog
o Worst Worked Match of the Year (1996) with Arn Anderson, Meng, The Barbarian, Lex Luger, Kevin Sullivan, Z-Gangsta and The Ultimate Solution vs. Hulk Hogan and Randy Savage in a Towers of Doom match at Uncensored
o Wrestler of the Year (1982–1986, 1989, 1990, 1992)
o Wrestling Observer Newsletter Hall of Fame (Class of 1996)

1Flair did win the Mid-Atlantic version of the NWA United States Championships five times and the five reigns were recognized even after World Championship Wrestling took control over the championship and renamed it the WCW United States Heavyweight Championship in 1991. After WCW's purchase by WWE, the lineage of the championships were kept and used to give the WWE United States Championship a prestigious history. However, WWE does not recognize some of the reigns of some wrestlers when the title was still the Mid-Atlantic NWA United States Championship. As of now, only four of Flair's five reigns with the NWA United States Heavyweight Championship (Mid-Atlantic version) are officially recognized by WWE.
2His last four reigns with the championship were after Jim Crockett, Jr. sold his promotion to Ted Turner in November 1988, which became World Championship Wrestling. The NWA World Heavyweight Championship was defended exclusively in WCW until WCW's withdrawal from the National Wrestling Alliance in 1993.
3Title reigns aren't recognized by World Wrestling Entertainment.
4He won the title for the third time in Kallang, Singapore. Records are unclear as to which promotion hosted the event.
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[edit] References

* Flair, Ric; Keith Elliot Greenberg, Mark Madden (ed.) (2005). Ric Flair: To Be the Man. New York: Pocket Books. ISBN 0743491815. OCLC 60523429.
* Mick Foley (2000). Have A Nice Day: A Tale of Blood and Sweatsocks. HarperCollins. ISBN 0061031011.
* Ric Flair & The Four Horsemen. Stamford, Connecticut: WWE Home Video. 2007. OCLC 144971907.
* Where Flair got the "Nature Boy" name
* Ric Flair at TheSmokingGun.com
* Ric Flair career bio at Wrestleinfo.com

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Re: (Tru-Life) Operation Repo - Great show, LOL

Post by Callaway Chris » Mon Apr 05, 2010 8:46 pm

...it's on :hi

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Re: (Tru-Life) Operation Repo - Great show, LOL

Post by kingforward » Fri Apr 09, 2010 10:15 am

here's a "ping" to help move the Op-Re needle to 11,000 views...... :flame

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Re: (Tru-Life) Operation Repo - Great show, LOL

Post by Callaway Chris » Fri Apr 09, 2010 10:42 am

kingforward wrote:here's a "ping" to help move the Op-Re needle to 11,000 views...... :flame

Did you see the repo marathon the other night? I know it is reenactments, but some of that stuff (if it really happened), is crazy!

Makes me want to moonlight. Anyone else? :help

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