Getting over in the mid-card
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Re: Wrestlers who ruined their own legacy
Originally Posted by the modern myth
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.
I personally think Ric Flair could redeem himself as a manager/mentor as it would only really see him used in a physical role sparingly but because of the star power he still carries he would add a lot to a young heel on the way towards the main event. I could easily see any of Wade Barrett, Dolph Ziggler or Cody Rhodes being instantly elevated by having Ric Flair alongside them as he would bring them credibility, star power, believability and someone who knows how to draw genuine heat from the crowd as a heel.