Ric Flair Files Lawsuit Against Former Manager


According to TMZ, WWE Hall of Famer Ric Flair has filed a lawsuit against his former management company, Legacy Talent and Entertainment, which represented him from 2009 to 2017.

Among the allegations being lobbied by Flair is that the company wrongfully received a $25,000 payday Flair should have received for his appearance in the ‘Nature Boy 30 for 30′ ESPN documentary that just debuted.

Melinda Morris Zanoni, the CEO of the company, was credited as a Producer for the documentary. The lawsuit alleges Flair was never even made aware of the money.

Flair also alleges that he was due a $12,000 advance payment for an endorsement deal with Jake’s Fireworks.

The lawsuit claims that Legacy Talent, when contacted about the money Flair claims should have gone to him, was told the money was used towards legal fees, something Flair denies he ever authorized.

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