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Old 08-13-2012, 03:17 PM   #6 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by dave 1981 View Post
As soon as Ric Flair began managing/mentoring Triple H back in late 2002 i believe he should have remained in that role up until 2007 when WWE began his retirement storyline because Ric Flair as a manager/mentor is valuable and adds a lot to an up and coming heel who is being pushed towards the main event. An example would be Ric Flair being a manager/mentor to Dolph Ziggler as that combination almost instantly makes Dolph Ziggler a believable main event star and i don't think any other wrestler in the world could have added to Triple H as the standout heel he was outside of Ric Flair.
Ric Flair was great in that role. It would be great to see him mentoring people again. Do you think that he could perform in that role now, or has his career gone too far down the pan? If he aligned himself with Dolph, it would be amazing.
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