Ric Flair WWE Lawsuit

Ric Flair Files Lawsuit Against Former Manager

Published On November 17, 2017 | Wrestling News
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The Nature Boy, Ric Flair has filed a lawsuit against his former management company who represented him from 2009-2017, reports TMZ.com.

Allegedly, Legacy Talent & Entertainment wrongfully received a $25,000 payday for the recent ‘30 For 30’ on the WWE Hall of Famer, which Flair should have received for his appearance in the ESPN documentary.

Flair was never made aware that he was owed this money and the CEO of the company, Melinda Morris Zanoni, was credited as the producer.

Among other allegations that Flair has filed claimed that he was due $12,000 as a result of an advanced payment for an endorsement deal with Jake’s Fireworks.

Legacy Talent has claimed that the money was used towards legal fees, something that the Nature Boy denies.

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