“Plus, and I have said this before, Ric Flair never needs to wrestle again. Period. End of story. That also means not even as a tag team partner to his son Reid who apparently has aspirations on becoming a pro wrestler.”
“So, for two of Americaâ<80><99>s best known athletes, who both mastered their crafts at different sports and entertainment endeavors, it seems to be largely about brand building for each of them. Ric Flair is parlaying a wonderful pro wrestling career that was culminated by a huge sendoff by the WWE into his own business of which he is the product. The Packers werenâ<80><99>t so kind to Favre in my view but Brett was able to build his legacy at Lambeau Field and that legacy will never nor should it ever be forgotten.”
“Ric needs and hopefully has smart management, long term planning, attainable corporate goals, and to make sure that he is not over exposed in any given area especially in the Carolinaâ<80><99>s. It would seem to be easy to get Ric multiple endorsement deals in the Carolinaâ<80><99>s as a spokesperson for a variety of businesses but at some point it becomes the “crying wolf” syndrome and consumers start tuning out when a spokesperson, no matter who it may be, is over exposed.”
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