Ric Flair Wooooo Energy
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Ric Flair Has A New Mushroom Infused Energy Drink Called ‘Wooooo Energy!’

Ric Flair is getting into the energy drink business.

Carma HoldCo and LGNDS have partnered with Ric Flair for a new mushroom-infused energy drink called Wooooo Energy!

The drink contains a blend of Lion’s Mane, Cordyceps, Chaga, Turkey Tail, Shiitake, Maitake, and Reishi mushrooms. Wooooo! Energy is blended with Taurine, L-Theanine, and Gotu Kola Extract and balances 150 mg of caffeine with a modest 6g of sugar. Available now in Dragon Fruit, Lemon, and Strawberry Banana flavors. Among the benefits, this combination helps support immune and cognitive function and prevent jitters or sugar crashes.

“‘Wooooo!’ is more than Ric Flair’s iconic catchphrase—it’s synonymous with celebration. It symbolizes energy, excitement, and achievement. It transcended wrestling and is now a part of pop culture,” said Chad Bronstein, President and Chairman of Carma HoldCo. “And with ‘Wooooo! Energy’ we get to share Ric’s limitless energy with the world.”

Ric Flair has worked with Bronstein on his ‘Ric Flair Drip’ line of cannabis products in partnership with Tyson 2.0.

Wooooo Energy! is now available at woooooenergy.com. A six-pack of the icon’s elixir can be yours for $30 for those aged 18 and up.

Ric Flair Drip

Tyson 2.0 Chairman Chad Bronstein and Ric Flair spoke about the latter’s partnership with Mike Tyson during a recent interview with WrestleZone.

Ric Flair called the partnership the biggest thing he’s ever been part of and noted the positives of using cannabis compared to prescription drugs.

“I can tell you right now that two of the biggest problems, and I’m not just gonna put it in the wrestling business, but in sports, is getting up and getting down. A lot of guys need a lift in the morning, whether it be an energy drink or something, like coffee. But when you run as hard as we do and it’s four o’clock in the morning, [cannabis is] much, much, much safer [than using other medications like Ambien as a sleep aid], especially on the international tours where you’re gonna get off the plane and go to work that night,” Flair explained.

“You don’t get to get off the plane and go to the hotel and lay down for a day to get ready. This isn’t like getting ready for a UFC fight. In our day, we got off the plane, went to the arena, and we didn’t get to bed til four o’clock the next morning. When I was younger, when I was traveling the world as the NWA World Heavyweight Champion — I mean, it’s hard to believe, but I could be in Sydney, Australia, St. Louis, Tokyo, Japan, and back to Atlanta, Georgia in one week,” Flair added, “and wrestling an hour in each town. You didn’t have time. You didn’t know where you were sometimes.”