I feel the match that was given should have been the match that was announced. Ric Flair wrestling with the other 2 legends and the one they are grooming to be a possible future ace sounded real enjoyable but Reid in there made more sense with a legend and a youngster on each team.
It's been confirmed by those in Japan that Ric Flair did suffer a blood clot in his left leg while in Japan. He was examined in the emergency room before the All Japan show on Saturday and they wanted him to check into the hospital.
He refused to check in and went to the show at the Ota Ward Gym, and ended up managing Keiji Muto & Reid Flair against Seiya Sanada & Tatsumi Fujinami.
He is flying back to the U.S. today as opposed to checking into the hospital after the show, and is still scheduled to be doing a series of autograph signings this week in Las Vegas.