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Arn Anderson Says His Last Match Was In 1997, Talks One Last Spinebuster



Wrestling legend Arn Anderson recently spoke about the possibility of having one last match, and maybe even dishing out one last spinebuster.

Speaking during an appearance at the Highspots Live Virtual Gimmick Table, Anderson discussed stepping into the ring one more time. In a highly publicized bout back in July, his longtime Four Horsemen stablemate Ric Flair held his last match. Anderson was asked if he could see himself getting back in the ring like Flair did. Anderson stated: I had my last match back in ’97. When the doctor said ‘quit wrestling, [or] quit walking.'”

The Enforcer was also asked about delivering one more of his signature spinebusters. He replied, How about I spinebuster myself so I can see what everyone has been complaining about all these years.”

Anderson competed in two short matches in 2000, but otherwise, has been retired from in-ring competition since 1997. His last match was on an episode of WCW Thunder in May of 2000, teaming with Ric Flair to defeat David Flair and Crowbar. Anderson retired due to injuries to his neck and back.

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