Nowadays fashion is very out-there. It's all about bold statements, wearing the most outrageous thing you can so that you're noticed.
This was proven by all of the pictures coming out of last night's Met Gala in New York, which saw a hell of a lot of celebrities looking like they'd run through The Shire blindfolded and covered in glue, with every bizarre garment Middle-earth has to offer subsequently sticking to them.
One woman known for her outfits is none other than Kim Kardashian.
Ric Flair found a picture of the reality star looking like she'd straight-up ripped off his signature robe look.
Now let's get one thing straight. When it comes to the stylin', profilin', limousine-riding, jet-flying, kiss-stealing, wheelin' n' dealin' son of a gun, there's absolutely no one who can compete with him.
Back in the day, when wrestling was only a fraction of the business it is now, Naitch originated the whole dressing-fly, wearing-expensive-watches, showing-off-your-wealth gimmick - one that's been endlessly used and re-used since, but has never quite worked as well.
After setting the standard throughout his years in the business, it seems he's still a down-to-earth guy.
He's even trying his best to help out a random guy get a year's free supply of nuggets from Wendy's.
The fellow, called Carter Wilkerson, Tweeted the fast food restaurant asking how many retweets it'd take to not have to pay for nuggets for 365 days, being told 18 million would be the minimum.
So, in true Nature Boy fashion, Flair retweeted it with the caption: "To eat the nuggs, you gotta retweet the nuggs- WOOOOO!"
He tagged fellow wrestler, movie star and Twitter juggernaut The Rock, too, along with Ellen DeGeneres.
Wendy's, realising they were in the presence of greatness, engaged in some tweeting themselves, pitching in with: "stylin' profilin', kiss stealin', wheelin' dealin', eatin' and retweetin', nugget dippin' 16 TIME championshipping WOOOOOOOOOO!"
This year the WWE legend is set to star in ESPN's documentary series 30 for 30.
The film, entitled Nature Boy, is directed by Rory Karpf and will give an inside look into the life of the wrestling phenomenon.
Fellow WWE stars like Triple H, The Undertaker, Shawn Michaels, Mick Foley, The Four Horsemen and Ric's daughter, Charlotte, have been interviewed for the documentary.
It'll certainly be a good watch as he's had quite the life.
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