Wrestling legend Ric Flair recently spoke with The Niagara Falls Review to talk about his appearance at the Niagara Falls Comic Con this weekend. Flair said he expects his daughter, NXT Women's Champion Charlotte, to be on WWE's main roster "real soon." He commented on her getting into wrestling:
"I didn't encourage her, she just went to Wrestlemania with me. She was making a real nice living running a personal training center. John Laurinaitis saw her and said, 'Why aren't you wrestling?'"
Flair talked about The Undertaker's Streak ending:
"I wanted to see The Streak go on, but I understand. Times change, it is what it is. You saw how quiet the fans got. They weren't ready for that, so obviously they didn't foresee that."
Flair also commented on internet fans who like to tell wrestlers how they can do it better:
"I don't pay any attention to that. The internet thinks they're smarter than we are, but they're not. If you read the internet, it's like watching Fox News, you don't know what to believe. They all want to predict what they think will happen, but nobody ever knows for sure. As an example, 42 years in the business and I never thought Daniel Bryan would win that match (at April's Wrestlemania XXX). I didn't think he was going to beat Hunter, and I'm attuned to it!"