Ric Flair has said a lot of interesting things in the lead up to his 30 for 30 film.
Mick Foley recently talked to TMZ Sports (video above) about some of the things that Ric Flair claims. When asked about Flair saying that he, well, pleasured himself twice a day despite working a rigorous schedule, Foley claimed that it was due to Flair's superhuman abilities.
"Ric was superhuman" Foley told TMZ Sports. "You can't call him a wrestler, he was a superhero, so maybe he had abilities that the rest of us [lacked]. Surely, for a normal human being it would deplete their energy."
Bringing up that a normal wrestler coming up today couldn't do Flair's schedule plus the extracurricular activities, Foley agreed.
"No it's not smart" Foley said. That's why traditionally boxers have gone to camps to stay away from women. Let me quote the late great Burgess Meredith, 'Women weaken legs.' But that's why Ric trained like an Olympian," Foley said. "One thing to make clear is no matter what he did the night before, how many hours or lack thereof, he never missed a workout. He was a machine."
He was also asked if Flair's claim was true about him sleeping with 10,000 women, Foley didn't really have any comment.
"If he said it, he did it. I don't know" he said.
Flair's movie premiered last week on ESPN, winning the night on cable.