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Chap. 3--The Current Flair

His Bio from 1993-Present

1993

January

--Loses to Mr. Perfect in a loser-leaves-WWF match. Gets contract with WCW.

February

--Flair returns to WCW, but doesn't wrestle at first. He gets his own interview show called "A Flair for the Gold".

March

--Starts to wrestle again

June

6: He and Arn Anderson defeat Bobby Eaton and Chris Benoit at the Georgia Mountain Center in Gainsville, GA.

17: Defeats The Hollywood Blonds (Brian Pillman and Steve Austin) in a two-out-of-three falls match at the Clash of Champions at the Scope in Norfolk, VA. Flair pinned Pillman to win the first fall. The Blonds were DQed in the second fall when Barry Windham interfered.

21: Defeats Sid Vicious, Barry Windham, and Maxx Pain (subbing for Van Vader) with partners Sting and Davey Boy Smith at the Dorton Arena in Railegh, NC. Pain submitted to Sting, via the Scorpion Death-lock.

24: Pinned Brian Pillman at the Viking Hall in Bristol, TN.

25: Defeats Hollywood Blonds (Brian Pillman and Steve Austin) with partner Arn Anderson in a non-title match at the Civic Center in Charleston, WV.

26: Defeats Hollywood Blonds (Brian Pillman and Steve Austin) with partner Arn Anderson in a non-title match when Flair pinned Austin at the Civic Center Ronanoke, VA.

July

18: Defeats Barry Windham for the NWA title at the Summit in Houston, TX.

August

--Attacked by Rick Rude on "A Flair for the Gold". (Article)

September

19: Defeated by Rick Rude for the NWA title.

December: Defeated Vader at SuperBrawl IV to win the WCW World title.

1994

May

Hogan enters the WCW and is declared the #1 contender for the WCW World title. He will face the winner of the title unification match, which will pit Flair vs. Sting.

June

23: Flair defeats Sting to unify the NWA and WCW titles.

July

17: Hogan defeats Flair for the WCW World title.

August

--Defeats Hogan by count-out at the Clash of the Champions after Hogan was clubbed in the knee by a masked man earlier in the telecast.

1995

For complete match records, click here. Thanks T-Bo!

December

27: Defeats Randy Savage for the WCW World title.

1996

For complete match records, click here. Thanks T-Bo!

January

22: Defeated by Randy Savage for the WCW World title in Las Vegas, NV.

February

11: Defeats Savage for the WCW World title in St. Petersberg, FL.

April

22: Defeated by the Giant for the WCW World title Albany, GA.

July

7: Wins the WCW US title from Konnan in Daytona Beach, FL.

November

--Belt vaccated due to Flair's knee injury.

1997

April

6: Unable to compete due to an injury, he goes on the Spring Stampede ppv and tells the world Roddy Piper, Kevin Greene, and himself are going to the next ppv, Slambouree, on May 18, to take on the nWo.

May

18: Defeats Kevin Nash, Scott Hall, and Syxx with partners Kevin greene and Roddy Piper when he got Scott Hall in the figure four, while Piper put Nash to sleep, and Kevin Greene pinned Syxx after a powerslam.

June

15: Defeated by the Outsiders with partner "Rowdy" Roddy Piper when Scott Hall pinned "Rowdy" Roddy Piper after the nWo Edge.

July

13: Defeated by Roddy Piper at Bash at the Beach with a sleeper.

August

9: Pinned Syxx using the ropes for leverage at Road Wild. Assits Hennig in winning his match with Diamond Dallas Page.

21: Defeats Syxx and Konan with partner Curt Hennig when Hennig pinned Konan with a Fisherman's Suplex at Clah of the Champions XXXV.

September

14: Defeated by Bagwell, Konan, Syxx, and Nash with partners Chris Benoit, Steve McMichaels, and Curt Hennig in a War Games match when Mongo orders the match stopped. Curt Hennig turns on the Horsemen and slams his face in the cage door at Fall Brawl.

29: Horsemen diabanded

October

26: Defeated by WCW U.S. Heavyweight Champion Curt Hennig via DQ when Flair put Hennig in the tree of woe, put the championship belt on Hennig's head, and starting kicking the belt at Halloween Havoc.

Novemeber

23: Defeated by WCW U.S. Heavyweight Champion Curt Hennig after Hennig hits Flair with the title belt.

December

--Injured and is replaced by Diamod Dallas Page at Starrcade.

1998

February

26: Ric Flair Day is delcaired in Minnesota.

April

9: Ric is fired for missing Thunder that night. Ric was at his son's wrestling tournament in Michigan and had asked for the time off.

September

After months of litigation, Ric returns--to reform the Horsemen. This time, Dean Malenko joins Benoit, Mongo, Arn Anderson, and a returning Ric Flair.

October

5: Reid Flehr takes down Eric Bischoff in the ring, much to his father's pleasure.

November

30: Ric introduces Barry Whindham back to the WCW.

December

1: Barry turns on Flair and becomes associated with the nWo.

8: Flair challeneges Bischoff to a match. Bischoff says if dean malenko beats Barry Whindham, then he'll get him at Starrcade. Bischoff calls on nWo co-hort Dusty Rhodes to referee the match. The plan backfires, as Dusty declairs Malenko the winner. Flair gets Bischoff at Starrcade.

14: Flair, aggitated, falls down after an interview. It seems to be a heart attack, and Flair leaves in an ambulance.

17: Bischoff attacks Flair's family. He kisses his wife, as the nWo beat up his son David.

21: The Horsemen attack the nWo hard. Norton is the first to feel the Horsemen anger, as he's attack in the lockerroom. Bischoff is chased out of the arena, and Flair vows revenge. Flair attacks Whindham viciously, as the Horsemen attack the nWo.

27: Bischoff, thanks to Curt Hennig, defeats Flair after Bischoff hits Flair with brass knuckles.

28: Flair gets his rematch, and defeats Bischoff--giving him the title of President of WCW for 90 days.

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