Earl Hebner Says He Wishes He Could Have Attended Ric Flair’s Last Match, Reveals He Was Asked To Work On It

Earl Hebner Says He Wishes He Could Have Attended Ric Flair’s Last Match, Reveals He Was Asked To Work On It

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Legendary pro wrestling official Earl Hebner was the last star to participate in a virtual signing session with K&S, where he answered some questions about his prestigious career in the industry.

During his interview, Hebner revealed that he had been asked to referee for Ric Flair’s “final” game, which took place under Jim Crockett promotions in late July. The Nature Boy teamed up with his son-in-law Andrade El Idolo in a winning attempt against Jay Lethal and Jeff Jarrett.

Hebner states that he would have liked to have been in the game, but that he had just come from surgery and was not fit to perform.

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“I wish I had whistled the Ric Flair game, the last game. I was not well at the time. I was asked if I would like to do it, but after my surgery I couldn’t do it.”

You can check out Hebner’s full K&S look here.

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