Ric Flair sues former business manager

WWE Hall of Fame Ric Flair has filed a lawsuit against his former management company Legacy Talent and Entertainment. Flair alleges that he was supposed to earn $25,000 for the ESPN “Nature Boy” documentary on his life, but his former management team stole the money. Flair claims he’s owed $46,000 overall. When he reached out to his former management company for the money, Flair claims they told him the money was used to pay legal bills, which he says he never authorized. Read more at TMZ.com.

Powell’s POV: Flair changed management companies on September 6, 2017, which ended his relationship with Legacy. He announced two days later that he would be represented by Get Engaged Media agency out of Atlanta going forward. Legacy Talent and Entertainment have yet to address the lawsuit as of this update.

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