Ric Flair Says 10,000 Women Have Been On Space Mountain

Ric Flair has been around the world, and seen some things. The extent of which he revealed last week during an interview as he recovers from a near-death experience.

When speaking to People TV at a rehab facility, Flair admitted that he'd slept with over 10,000 women in his life. Assuming the vast majority of those came after his 1972 pro wrestling debut, that would average out to about 222 a year. After naming the number, Flair said he regretted it.

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“I wish I hadn’t said that because of my grandkids. I only love one now. I have never done anything since I met Wendy," Flair said. 

Flair would later say that reconnecting with his now-girlfriend Wendy (known to wrestling fans as Fifi) has changed him for the better. 

“It’s going to be a hard sell overnight to say that ‘Hey, Ric Flair has changed. It’s going to take time, it’s going to take proof. But it’s still hard for me not to be me. But I’m really focused on getting well and just enjoying my life with Wendy,” said Flair.

It would appear that Space Mountain -- which Flair once said was the "oldest ride with the longest line" -- is only open to Wendy Barlow.

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