Jay Lethal Says His Woo-Off With Ric Flair In TNA Was The Greatest Night Of His Life

Jay Lethal recounts some of the best moments from his career as G1 Supercard nears closer.

Jay Lethal has been Ring Of Honor World Championship since June of 2018 when he capture the title in a Four-Way at an ROH TV taping in Fairfax, Virginia. Throughout his near 20 year career in wrestling, Jay Lethal has won a plethora of championships and achieved countless milestones and another will be checked off his list next Saturday as he'll have the chance to wrestle inside Madison Square Garden when Ring Of Honor and New Japan Pro Wrestling partner up to present G1 Supercard.

Jay Lethal is defending his title in a Three Way Ladder match against Matt Taven and Marty Scurll. While speaking with the Tampa Bay Times, Lethal talked about some of the best moments from his career and he particularly mentioned that his woo-off with two-time WWE Hall Of Famer Ric Flair and getting to wrestle "The Nature Boy" in the same night was the greatest night of his life.

“From then on as soon as he [Flair] got to a building he’d yell my name and have me do it for whomever he brought to the show." Lethal recalled. "That was the greatest night of my life."

Lethal mentioned how he and every wrestler from his generation thought that the only way to work Madison Square Garden was through WWE and to check out the rest of his comments, click here. For the updated G1 Supercard match card, head over to Fightful's "events" page.

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