WOOOOOOO!! ‘Nature Boy’ Ric Flair on ‘Uncle Grandpa’


So, the Hall-of-Famer Ric Flair was unable to introduce the world to “The Artist Formerly Known As” KENTA at the most recent NXT Takeover: Fatal-4-Way event on the awesome WWE Network (in which NXT is the better brand over RAW and SmackDown, one could argue) due to medical reasons which included a medical procedure. Sure it would have been cool to see, but health and safety first, boys and girls. But what is probably just as awesome to see (again, one could argue; but I LIKE IT) was something I didn’t know about, which was Flair popped up on Cartoon Network’s ‘Uncle Grandpa” right as the Takeover pre-show was starting.

Above is a little teaser clip, but in case you’re wondering more about Naitch’s guest appearance on Uncle Grandpa, here’s the skinny from Cartoon Network:

The history of wrestling is full of iconic matches that fans will never forget. Hulk Hogan vs. Andre the Giant, Randy Savage vs. Ricky Steamboat. But what about the nuttiest match in wrestling’s long and glorious existence?

…Cartoon Network presents an all-new episode of Uncle Grandpa, “The History of Wrestling.” The documentary-style episode gives a very special look into what has been deemed the “nuttiest match ever,” the earth-shattering bout between Chicken Man and The Best.

With very special commentary from wrestling superstar Ric Flair and Mysterious Gus, “The History of Wrestling” goes behind the scenes to reveal startling details about the match that would completely reshape the sport.


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And because reasons….WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!

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