While the ESPN “30 For 30” documentary on two-time WWE Hall Of Famer Ric Flair was a tremendous success and received great reviews from the professional wrestling world, it seems to have brought up a lawsuit. According to TMZ Sports, Flair is suing his former management, Legacy Talent and Entertainment, for money that he failed to receive from the ESPN special.
The amount is reported to be $25,000, which Flair claims went to his former management group and he was never given his share. Flair is also missing $12,000 from an endorsement deal with Jake’s Fireworks. After reaching out to Legacy, Flair claims that they told him they used the money for legal fees – a move “The Nature Boy” did not authorize.