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In a documentary, wrestling manager and legend Ric Flair revealed that he drank 10 beers and five cocktails a day for over 20 years, and slept with over 10,000 women. We’re sure you’re wondering what his finances look like and, as usual, we’ve got you what you want. Keep reading for details about Ric Flair’s net worth.

After watching the documentary by director Rory Karpf, everyone’s been asking the same question: How rich is Ric Flair? The film revealed the lifestyle of the infamous wrestling manager, whose age is currently 68.

Flair recently accepted the fact that he had a strong alcohol addiction. And his public persona intertwined with his private life led him to sleep with over 10,000 women over the course of his life.

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Furthermore, Flair recalled telling a psychiatrist of his daily consumption of 10 beers and at least five mixed drinks, to which his doctor replied, “That’s not possible.”

Flair’s alcohol addiction took a terrible toll on his health. In August, Flair was placed in a medically-induced coma before going for surgery amid kidney failure. While doctors had only reported a 20% chance of survival, Flair made it out safe and sound.

After recovering, Flair announced, “I wouldn’t even begin to think about drinking. If you ever hear that I’m out drinking again, say, ‘Ric, you [dummy], you deserve whatever you get.’”


By the looks of his current and former lifestyle, he sure made a ton of money. So, keep reading to find out more.

Ric Flair’s Net Worth

Rick Flair is a six-time WCW title winner and won the WWE and NWA title two and eight times respectively. During the span of his career, he also became an All-Star pro wrestling champion and All-Star Japan pro wrestling champion. The “Nature Boy” is considered to be one of the greatest wrestlers to step foot in the ring.


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As an individual in 2008 and member of the Four Horsemen in 2012, he was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame twice.

While with the WWE, he feuded with Randy Savage, Sid Vicious, Hulk Hogan, Triple H, Shawn Michaels, and Montel Vontavious.

Ric Flair’s net worth is estimated to be $3.0 million.

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Ric Flair’s House

Ric Flair lives with his fiancée, Wendy Barlow, in their North Carolina home. Reports indicate that they also have a place in Atlanta.

Ric Flair’s Per Night Salary from Dixie Carter in 2012 $35,000
Ric Flair’s Monthly Earnings from TNA in 2011 $22,000
Ric Flair’s Salary from WWE $508,000
Ric Flair’s Car (Chevrolet Camaro) $60,000

Ric Flair’s Wife and Kids

Ric Flair has been married four times. His first wife was Leslie Goodman, who he married in 1971. Together they had two children named Megan and David. The couple divorced in 1983.

That same year, Flair married his second wife, Elizabeth Harrell, with whom he had his daughter Ashley, and son Reid. After almost 23 years of marriage, the couple divorced in 2006.

Later that year, he married his third wife, fitness competitor Tiffany Vandemark. She filed for divorce in 2008, but it wasn’t finalized until 2009.

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Despite his multiple failed marriages, Flair continued his search for love. He took the plunge for the fourth time, and on November 11, 2009, he married Jacqueline Beems in Charlotte, North Carolina. But, the couple filed for divorce in 2012, which was finalized in 2014.

Then in July 2016, Flair got engaged to his girlfriend, Wendy Barlow.

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Ric Flair’s 30 for 30: Nature Boy

When it comes to his career, Ric Flair has been an inspiration to many. He agrees that he’s made bad lifestyle choices, but is now trying his best to make up for his mistakes and start afresh.

Flair said, “Going forward, I want people to take my advice as opposed to wanting to be or act like me. There’s a lot of 20-year-old kids that want to be Ric Flair. That’s cool if it’s in a good context. But if it’s drinking to relieve stress or cope with life, that’s not the answer.”

Ric Flair’s 30 for 30 documentary examines the life and career of this WWE legend. It will premiere on Tuesday, November 7, 2017, at 10:00 p.m. EST on ESPN.

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