Ric Flair says manager owes him $25,000 from ESPN ’30 for 30′ — report

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Looks like you can add one more modifier to the jet-flying, limousine-riding, Rolex-wearing life of “Nature Boy” Ric Flair — lawsuit-slapping.

Flair, who recently had his story told in an ESPN “30 for 30” film, says his manager owes him $25,000 from the documentary, according to TMZ.

TMZ reports:

Nature Boy is suing Legacy Talent and Entertainment — the management company he used from 2009 until October 2017. Flair says he had a feeling something fishy was going down behind the scenes so he hired a lawyer to investigate his finances … and realized he was missing huge amounts of cash.

In a statement to TMZ, Legacy called Flair’s allegations “baseless and defamatory.”

“Ric Flair has always been known to be dramatic and looking desperately for the spotlight. That’s fine as a wrestler but it is despicable when he blatantly lies,” the statement read.

Flair made a surprise and emotional appearance Tuesday at the WWE Smackdown where he celebrated with daughter Charlotte after she won the championship.

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