Ric Flair calls Becky Lynch just “generic,” Lynch responds in typical fashion

Ric Flair took another shot at Becky Lynch during his podcast this week, calling her just “generic” and criticizing her for calling Ronda Rousey “Ronnie” in her feud.

“She’s not Ronnie. She’s Ronda Rousey. Anybody that’s stupid enough to call her Ronnie and make a joke of her presence and what she brings to the company is out of their mind,” Flair said, mentioning Becky as an example but saying “what is her name now” as a diss.

Flair added, “How about, ‘Thank you, Ronda, for showing up because I’m not The Man anymore. I’m generic. Who am I? Big Time Becks? The Lass Kicker? I don’t know.’”

Ric’s opinion on Lynch made a 180 after she started using The Man, something that WWE owns as a trademark but Flair insists that he still owns it despite selling the trademark a few years ago to the company and the entry of the trademark lists WWE as the owners.

After Ric’s comments, Lynch didn’t hold back and wrote on social media, “Work so hard your heroes become your rivals. Then, become so good, Ric Flair loses his mind every time you breathe.”

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Colin Vassallo
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Colin Vassallo has been editor of Wrestling-Online since 1996. He is born and raised in Malta, follows professional wrestling and MMA, loves to travel, and is a big Apple fan!

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