Source: Fansided

Ted Gruber recently interviewed WWE Hall of Famer Ric Flair for Fansided. Below are a couple of highlights:

Evolution was based on the 4 Horseman in sense when it was introduced to the WWE in 2003. Looking back at that stable, was it something that the WWE needed at the time?

"It was an amazing time and I enjoyed every second of it. All the respect to Triple H who put us all together. It was a little more conservative than the 4 Horseman but equally just as fun. It was a great opportunity for me to have a good time, and I always do.

"Randy is back and looks like a million dollars. Dave has a brand of his own that has taken off. And look at Hunter who is virtually running the company. I am proud of all three of them for improving their wrestling careers and other opportunities outside of the wrestling business."

Your daughter recently dropped her Women's Championship to Sasha Banks a couple of weeks ago. What does that mean to you after watching that match and seeing her passing on the title that she held for a very long time?

"She didn't lose anything. She proved to everyone in the world that she is the greatest athlete in the WWE and the greatest women's champion of all time. There's no disgrace losing to Sasha. She had it for 307 days which is such a long time in a sport that is so very competitive. I'm so proud of her and she has such a positive attitude. She's looking forward to the rematch and so am I."

Flair also discussed his new podcast, how far Charlotte has come, Charlotte being better than him, the brand split and more. You can read the full interview by clicking here.

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