Ric Flair has an idea of what people want to see at Wrestlemania, and it might not be what you were expecting.
Speaking on his podcast The Ric Flair Show, he predicts that the anticipated Goldberg vs Brock Lesnar re-match will look very different from Goldberg's 86 second victory in Survivor Series.
"Let me tell you this, if it's Brock and Goldberg, which I think it is, it'll be a lot different than what we saw last month." Flair added, "I've always said, I love Bill. They've got him over big time, but he'll be in Suplex City in Orlando if my information is correct."
And of course, Ric Flair believes that his daughter Charlotte should have a marquee matchup, but according to Ric, her opponent shouldn't Sasha Banks, or Bayley, or even Nia Jax. It should be Ronda Rousey.
"I would love to see Charlotte, my daughter, against Ronda Rousey, which I think would be huge. I know she'll be in a main event somewhere and I think they could make that work. But ... Ronda has to win this month or her credibility would be hard to sell, so I just know Charlotte will be in a main event somewhere."
And although those two proposed matches would be undoubtedly huge, Flair thinks there's an even bigger match to be made for 'Mania.
"I think the biggest match people want to see, but I'm not sure it'll happen, will be Shane McMahon against (Triple H). I said that last week. I mean, that would knock you off your chair and that's not a job for a chair."
Ric Flair is definitely right about one thing. Knocking you off your chair is certainly not a job for a chair.
Flair was recently brought back into the Women's Championship Storyline on Raw, when he chose to support Sasha Banks in her feud with his own daughter Charlotte.
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