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During his interview on Chris Van Vliet's "INSIGHT" podcast, Ric Flair was asked to give his thoughts on Vince McMahon resigning from WWE:

"I wasn't happy about it at all. I love Vince McMahon. I don't know what he's doing right now. But I feel like he'll have a hard time. He'll adjust, obviously. But he loved the business. He made us all who we are, from Hulk to everybody. I don't care what everybody thinks. He made us and I have nothing but respect for him.”

On the one piece of advice he will remember that Vince gave him:

"He said that I needed to get my shit straightened out because I was pretty wild, as people are well aware of, and I can be remembered for two things. I can either be the greatest wrestler of all time, or I could be some guy that pissed it away. You know, getting married too many times and he was with me through it all.”

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On how Flair wants to be remembered:

“Well, if I can pull this off ( his retirement match), I’ll have to be remembered as the greatest of all time.” 

Click below to check out CVV's interview with Flair.

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