Ric Flair, the legendary two-time WWE Hall of Famer, recently shared his insights on which wrestlers would be the perfect fit for the iconic Four Horsemen stable.
Speaking on Baltimore’s 98 Rock Morning Show with Justin, Scott, and Spiegel, Ric Flair, known for his pivotal role in the original Four Horsemen alongside Arn Anderson, Ole Anderson, and Tully Blanchard, handpicked four individuals who he believes embody the true essence of being a “Horseman.”
Flair’s first choice for the Four Horsemen lineup is none other than Dolph Ziggler. The second Superstar on Flair’s list is Seth Rollins. Rollins has proven time and again that he has what it takes to shine in the spotlight. Flair sees Rollins as a standout member of the Four Horsemen, with the perfect combination of physical prowess and entertainment value.
The first guy I would take is Dolph Ziggler. The second guy would be Seth Rollins.
When it came to the third spot, Flair took a moment to contemplate the critical attributes required to be a Horseman. He emphasised that apart from skill, the ability to enjoy life is also vital. After careful consideration, Flair settled on Roman Reigns.
The third guy would be, let me think, for Horsemen that requires a lot. You have to be good at what you do, you have to be able to enjoy life. Let me think. God, I haven’t had too much fun with him, but I’m sure he’d be great Roman Reigns. Roman is a trooper,
For the final member of the Four Horsemen, Flair mentioned Randy Orton. While acknowledging that Orton may have mellowed over the years due to his personal life, Flair still regards him as the best wrestler in the business. Flair believes that Orton’s vast experience and undeniable talent would be invaluable to the group, regardless of his laid-back demeanour.
Oh God, he would run from me but Randy Orton for sure, but he is so married now and so laid back and having a good time. Make no mistake, Randy Orton right now is still the best wrestler in wrestling.
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