As noted, WWE Hall Of Famer Ric Flair parted ways with the folks at Play.it, the former home of his “WOOOOO! Nation” podcast.
This weekend, however, “The Nature Boy’s” official return to the podcast world was announced.
Below is the official press release issued by MLW Radio this weekend to announce the launch of Ric Flair’s new “Ric Flair Show” podcast at MLWRadio.com:
RIC FLAIR AND MLW ANNOUNCE LANDMARK DEAL TO BRING THE RIC FLAIR SHOW TO THE MLW RADIO NETWORK
NEW YORK – July 1, 2016 – “The Nature Boy” Ric Flair® and the MLW® Radio Network announced today a landmark agreement whereby Flair and co-host Conrad Thompson will return to the podcasting airwaves as part of the MLW Radio Network beginning Wednesday July 6, 2016.
Released each and every Wednesday night, The Ric Flair Show is a weekly podcast series available at http://www.MLWRadio.com, iTunes, Stitcher, RicFlairShow.com and on the TuneIn app.
Subscribe to The Ric Flair Show on iTunes HERE and via RSS.
“Conrad and I look forward to WOOOOO™ Wednesdays on MLW Radio starting this coming week,” said Flair.
The world-renowned 16-time World Champion is the only two-time WWE Hall of Famer, and whom many call, “The Greatest Professional Wrestler of All Time.” Known for his iconic WOOOOO™ shout, Ric Flair has transcended the sport of pro wrestling with the WOOOOO™ yell often heard at major sporting events, on television and in music.
In addition to being one of pro wrestling’s most celebrated athletes, Flair has embarked on numerous highly successful ventures over the years. Prior to joining the MLW Radio Network, Flair and Thompson had a top ranked weekly podcast for CBS’ Play.It.
Additionally, Flair has written a New York Times Best Selling book – Ric Flair: To Be The Man, published by Simon & Schuster. He has also appeared on ABC television and in the popular video game series Command & Conquer: Red Alert 3 – Uprising. ESPN is currently working on a 30 for 30 special on his life.
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