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The Four Horsemen Set For Reunion At Starrcast

The Four Horsemen at their WWE Hall Of Fame induction

It has been confirmed that The Four Horsemen will come together one final time at this year’s Starrcast event.

As one of the most influential stables ever in wrestling history, The Four Horsemen are considered by many as the blueprint for how a faction should work together.

Having formed back in 1985, the original group was led by Ric Flair and also included Arn Anderson, Ole Anderson, Tully Blanchard and JJ Dillon, running roughshod over the wrestling industry for the next decade after its formation.

The group was later joined by Barry Windham and Lex Luger, with various incarnations cropping up until 1999.

With Ric Flair already confirmed to return to the ring one final time at Starrcast, it has now been announced that he will also reunite with his old comrades as part of the event as part of a special panel. It is also being advertised as the first and last time that Flair, Blanchard, Arn Anderson, Lex Luger and Windham will be on stage together.

The Last Ride For The Horsemen Happens Saturday, July 30th At The Nashville FLAIRgrounds!

This Will Be The First Time We Have All Been On Stage At The Same Time, And This Will Be The Last Time! But Remember, The Horsemen Are Forever!

It has been reported by many sources that Flair’s match, which is yet to be announced, will be a six-man tag where ‘The Nature Boy’ will team with FTR to take on The Rock ‘n’ Roll Express and an as yet unconfirmed star. Although it was originally muted that the final spot would be taken by Ricky ‘The Dragon’ Steamboat, he has since turned down the match. It was mentioned this may be due to health concerns, which he has since denied.