Meet Ric Flair in Southwest Florida for Superstars of Wrestling Live debut


XSE Live announces a special appearance by The Nature Boy Ric Flair at the first Superstars of Wrestling Live event on Friday, Aug. 23 at the Charlotte Harbor Events Center, 75 Taylor St. in (Southwest Florida) Punta Gorda.

Flair will participate in a meet-n-greet which includes a VIP Q&A session, allowing fans to get up close and personal with the Nature Boy.

One of the most decorated and legendary figures in the history of professional wrestling, Flair is a 16-time champion and the only two-time WWE Hall of Famer.

World renown as the “Dirtiest Player in the Game,” Flair was the cornerstone of one of the most elite units in professional wrestling history – the Four Horsemen. The master of the figure four leglock won championships wherever he traveled and set the bar very high with in-ring performance.

The event will also feature former WWE superstars Brian Kendrick, Greg Marasciulo (Trent Baretta) and Michael Hutter (Derrick Bateman) along with current Ring Of Honor star Roderick Strong and more. There will be nine matches including divas and midgets in action and plenty of autograph and photo opportunities.

Superstars of Wrestling Live on tour pledges to bring a fully-interactive and fan-friendly experience to its audience – including fan-fests prior to each show, special meet-n-greet opportunities with legendary wrestling figures, games, contests and more.

General admission is $25 adults, $15 kids.

Gold Circle (meet-n-greet with Ric Flair, one item signed, seat Rows C-D) $35.

Ric Flair VIP Experience (Q&A cocktail reception with Ric Flair from 6-7 p.m., reserved seating in Row A, up to three items signed, photo-op, VIP Lamintae Pass and Program) $100.

Get tickets at or at Buddy’s Home Furnishings in Punta Gorda and Fort Myers or at the Charlotte Harbor Event and Conference Center box office from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Friday.

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