Ric Flair says he is “more than happy” with the security measures COVID-19 WWE has implemented for WrestleMania 36 – and trusts Vince McMahon to look after his daughter’s health.
Of course, Mania will go down (without fans) this weekend in a virtually empty WWE Performance Center in Orlando, Florida … due to the coronavirus pandemic.
And while at least one WWE superstar has pulled out over health problems, Says Ric TMZ Sports wrestling org. is do everything they can to protect the Mania artists, which include his own superstar daughter, Charlotte Flair.
“I’m more than happy that they’ve put in enough security measures.” Flair says.
“Remember, they also gave everyone an opportunity not to be a part of it. So, someone who was there, nobody had their arm twisted. It was strictly a voluntary basis.”
Flair says the wrestlers are STOKED for WM36 – explaining, “They worked all year, actually some of them work their entire career to be in a high-level match in Wrestle Mania.”
“Of course there will be some changes but it will be a fantastic show.”
In addition, Nature Boy says he’s tired of listening to all the NFL season news that dominates the sports media recently … he’s ready for some action already!
“Hi listen, I’m tired of hearing about Tom Brady and the Buccaneers. I’m tired of hearing about Tua, ok? Let’s talk about something that really takes place!”
He added, “Saturday and Sunday will be kick-ass TV! WrestleMania! Wooooooo Wrestle Mania, come up kids! Let’s do it !!!!”