Ric Flair Launches New Online Store

Ric Flair Launches New Online Store

Ric Flair Personal Trading Card ImageThe "Nature Boy" Ric Flair continues to draw crowds wherever he goes and strong demand remains for his memorabilia, even though his best years in the ring are behind him. Flair, who is slated to appear alongside Kurt Angle and others at the National, has opened an online store filled with memorabilia and autographs.

Interesting items for sale at Flair's new website include:

  • Autographed photos with various images - priced $24.99 to $45.99
  • Autographed trading card - $24.99
  • Flair-themed autographed lottery tickets (voided) - $29.99
  • "Big Gold" Championship Belt with Premium Ric Flair Nameplate - $4,550
  • Autographed seven-inch replica limousine - $74.99
  • Autographed "Backyard Brawl" NASCAR poster - $29.99
  • Five-minute personal video chat - $750
  • Five-minute phone call - $495

Fans can also send their own personal items to be autographed by Flair. The cost is $30 plus a self-addressed stamped envelope.

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1995 WCW Cardz Promo Card 2 of 2 Hulk Hogan PSA 10 WWE WWF TNA AWA HOF Ric Flair
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Ric Flair signed action figure NIB champions 1 of 600
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1991 WCW Championship Marketing Ric Flair PSA 9 WWE WWF NWA TNA 4 Four Horsemen
$29.99
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1982 Sports Review Wrestling Magazine Ric Flair Ricky Steamboat WWF NWA WWE AWA
$7.99
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2008 WWE Ultimate Rivals #61 Ric Flair vs Arn Anderson near mint
$0.75
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1991 WCW WWE Impel #47 Ric Flair near mint
$0.75
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2007 WWE Heritage III card #56 Ric Flair near mint
$0.75



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Trey Treutel is an Ole Miss grad and a lifelong sports fanatic. He is a huge fan of the NBA and NFL, as well as soccer, college basketball and college football. As a kid, he collected football and basketball cards. As an adult, he started collecting basketball cards again on a whim, and has since expanded to other sports and entertainment options. Find Trey on Twitter at @datreute.

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