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Ric Flair: Tries to ‘Assassinate’ Disgraced WWE Boss Vince McMahon

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WWE legend Ric Flair jumped off the turnbuckle to bodyslam critics of disgraced WWE boss Vince McMahon.

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The 76-year-old wrestling impresario retired after becoming embroiled in a spreading scandal involving payments to former WWE employees.

But the iconic Nature Boy told TMZ Sports that he hates the situation. He believes his longtime boss should have stayed on.

“Yeah, I think he’s one of a kind and I said that,” Flair told TMZ, ing that the fallen CEO is a genius.

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WHO?  ME?  Vince McMahon attends a press conference to announce that WWE Wrestlemania 29 will take place at MetLife Stadium in 2013 at MetLife Stadium on February 16, 2012 in East Rutherford, New Jersey.
WHO? ME? Vince McMahon attends a press conference to announce that WWE Wrestlemania 29 will take place at MetLife Stadium in 2013 at MetLife Stadium on February 16, 2012 in East Rutherford, New Jersey. Photo by Michael N. Todaro /Getty Images

“He made so many people rich and literally made chicken salad out of a lot of chicken s**t.” Mojo knows what I’m talking about. He made a lot of people rich,” Flair said.

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However, Flair stopped short of giving McMahon a free pass on the vile accusations that tarnished him. The former WWE boss is now being investigated by a law firm hired by the world’s biggest promotion over payoffs.

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WWE Chief Brand Officer Stephanie McMahon is seen with her husband, WWE COO Triple H, in New Orleans prior to Wrestlemania XXX on April 3, 2014.
WWE Chief Brand Officer Stephanie McMahon is seen with her husband, WWE COO Triple H, in New Orleans prior to Wrestlemania XXX on April 3, 2014. Photo by CHRIS DOUCETTE/FILES /TORONTO SUN

“I mean right now they’re just trying to kill him and who knows what. I’m certainly not advocating anything that’s negative and I’m not taking sides on the issue that was obviously brought up, but I know that as a person and what he’s done for me, there’s no one like him,” Flair said.

The multiple world champion believes that the organization is in good hands.

McMahon’s daughter Stephanie will become the fourth generation of McMahons to reign in WWE. The promotion was founded by her grandfather Jess in the 1950s and her father bought the company from her grandfather Vince McMahon Sr. in 1982.

Flair said, “I think Stephanie is a genius!”

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