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Teddy Long Praises The Miz & John Morrison, Details On Upcoming Ric Flair Biography



During a recent interview with WrestleBinge, WWE Hall of Famer Teddy Long lavished praise on The Miz and John Morrison, and hailed the two-time WWE Grand Slam Champion as a “great guy to work with.” Teddy said,

“Oh yeah, man, I had a great time with both of them. In fact, I had the chance to meet The Miz way before I met John Morrison. The Miz came up through Tough Enough, and also he went to the school of Deep South (Wrestling). So basically, that’s where he got all of his training. And then he got up to the big card on RAW and SmackDown. So The Miz was always a great guy to work with.”

Wrestling historian Tim Hornbaker has penned a new biography titled, “The Last Real World Champion: The Legacy of ‘Nature Boy’ Ric Flair” that will be published on September 13. ECW Press has provided a synopsis of the upcoming release, which you can check out below:

For more than a century, professional wrestling has cultivated some of the most eccentric and compelling personalities. As the embodiment of flamboyance and intensity, the “Nature Boy” Ric Flair stood at wrestling’s apex for decades, cementing his place as a once-in-a-lifetime athlete and performer. When he was in the ring, fans knew they were witnessing the very best, and he not only became a multi-time world heavyweight champion in the NWA, WCW, and the WWE, but his status as a generational great has been confirmed with inductions into numerous Halls of Fame.

The Last Real World Champion: The Legacy of “Nature Boy” Ric Flair is a gripping portrait of a wrestling legend. This unflinching biography explores the successes, struggles, and controversy of Flair’s life in wrestling, pulling no punches in sharing the truth behind his in-ring achievements and out-of-the-ring hardships. Today, Flair is celebrated for his pioneering career and as an iconic figure in the realm of mainstream sports entertainment. Celebrated wrestling historian Tim Hornbaker tells Flair’s complete story, with meticulous attention to detail and exhaustive research, creating a must-read for fans of wrestling, sports, and popular culture.”

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