Why does Ric Flair receive a lot of hate for being in TNA?

Why does Ric Flair receive a lot of hate for being in TNA? Topic: How to write a movie script and sell it
June 27, 2019 / By Shelumiel
Question: Please explain your answer BQ- Do you want Kurt Angle to return to the WWE?Yes/No and why BQ2-Does anyone else want Samoa Joe to mainevent?Yes/No
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Norman Norman | 1 day ago
Because a lot of people "got took" and believed his WWE "retirement" angle to be real. It's pro wrestling, people, EVERYTHING is an angle, a storyline. Pro wrestling is a business built on deceit. They do their best (generally) to make us believe that what we see them do is real. That we know they are lying, that is, only "acting" and not really trying to kill each other, made it a bitter pill for those haters to swallow that they did "get took" by Flair and Michaels' performances. That's a testament to the talents and believability of Flair and Michaels that they convinced so many fans, and out of the millions of storylines and angles the WWE has done over the past 30 years, the Flair "retirement" angle is the ONLY one that the fans bought as completely real. Hell, some people even thought the Benoit thing was a storyline. And even today, some people are still convinced the Montreal Screwjob was "scripted". Flair "retired" from the WWE in an angle to help sell Wrestlemania 24. To help sell that angle he even promised he would never wrestle IN A WWE RING again, and he has kept that promise. He never said he was retiring from the wrestling business. The haters overlook that part, or conveniently forget about it, and just bash him for being a "traitor" by going to work for TNA; for "disrespecting" Shawn Michaels (obviously these haters are new fans and don't understand how the wrestling business works; wrestlers are, to make an analogy, actors moving from one TV {or movie} role to another. Flair was written off one series and moved on to play a part in another series; actors do that all the time; so do pro wrestlers. How many times has The Undertaker been killed in the WWF/E? How many times has he come back? Every single time.); and for "lying" to them (the fans, the ones who "got took" and believed the angle to be real). And then there's the ignorant fans who believe anybody over the age of 40 (except for The Undertaker, who gets a free pass for everything) is "washed up". A lot of those haters are this type AND "got took" by the realistic performances from Flair and Michaels. They are the really bitter ones. BQ: No. Kurt's just fine as he is in TNA. Vince would de-claw Angle and water him down (as he did "Daniel Bryan"). Angle works best as an animal who can tear anybody part. TNA lets him be that animal. Vince wouldn't. BQ2: Yes! Joe should be tearing the TNA roster apart and ruling the damn place. Like Stone Cold did in the WWF during the "Attitude Era". Joe is OVER. Why TNA management doesn't put him on top of the roster remains a mystery that makes no sense.
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Norman Originally Answered: If I write a story that s based on true events but is slightly altered for artistic flair and the names are changed, is that still fiction?
Professional fiction writers do this all the time. E.g., If you see an old-time black and white movie called "DOUBLE INDEMNITY," about a man and a woman who plot to murder her husband for the insurance money, you might learn that the writer of that script took ideas from a famous real-life murder case. I understand that the novel THE BLACK DAHLIA by James Ellroy takes a real-life murder victim and weaves her death into the story. You can read about that here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Black_Dahlia_(novel) Apparently Ellroy fictionalized parts of the Dahlia's life in a way that offended her living relatives. I don't know if he was ever sued over it.

Kyran Kyran
I don't necessarily hate Ric Flair, but I think he should have stayed retired.WWE gave him the send off of a lifetime, having his career ended by fellow veteran, Shawn Michaels, and the next night on RAW, a HUGE ceremony, with Undertaker posing in front of him.Some people may hate Ric Flair because after all this, he joined another wrestling promotion, some people(WWE Marks) may hate him because he went to TNA, some people may hate him because he should simply retire, but he won't. BQ - Yes, Kurt Angle should go back to WWE for 2 years when he leaves TNA.I bet if Kurt Angle went to WWE, WWE would give him a Shawn Michaels/Undertaker type contract and he would be in the Main Event as well.If Kurt Angle went back to WWE, WWE would be better than it is now. BQ2 - Yes, but I would prefer him to form a Tag Team with AJ Styles.
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Isaac Isaac
I personally don't hate him, but I can see why others do. He went to the company they are in competition with, after they respected and honored him during his whole retirement. But then again, some wrestlers just want to know the "what ifs?" In having a different experience with another company, maybe they'll like it better maybe they won't. BQ: No Kurt Angle should not. And I'm not bashing him or anything, but I remember seeing in interviews after WWE and he seemed a little bit relieved. I don't know personally if he had a hard time being there, but he seemed as if he was glad there was an opportunity to do what he loves, minus the pressure that he was going through in the WWE BQ2: YES I DO.
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Farran Farran
Because WWE gave Flair the send-off of a lifetime, he was inducted into the Hall of Fame on Saturday night as the only active wrestler to be inducted, wrestled Shawn Micheals on Sunday, and then "retired' on Monday. He swore in front of God and everyone that he was done, and it seemed that he promised Shawn Micheals and Triple H (his proteges) that he wouldn't wrestle anymore. When he turned up in TNA it was a slap in the face to the WWE, Shawn Micheals, Triple H, and al of the fans. BQ: It doesn't really matter to me, I'm not a huge fan of his... But, I will say that he wouldn't be appreciated in WWE now as he was before. However, there could be a lot of great matches between him and Swagger! BQ2: Yes! I'm a fan of Samoa Joe, he's been reduced down so much from where he was, and he's got the potential to be big again. Joe's got charisma, talent, and even mic skills!
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Curt Curt
If im straightforward, i dont extremely like flair all that a lot, yet i imagine in TNA he's doing a serious function or maybe regardless of the actuality that hes lost know for identifying to purchase in the hoop again after retiring hes surely received a number of mine for his function in TNA hes there making stars in a fashion, i comprehend AJ grow to be already a huge star in TNA yet associating him with flair with information from his facet did probable do alot for him, flairs getting enthusiastic about storylines that help youthful expertise and he in simple terms infrequently receives in the hoop jay deadly wasnt extremely that huge of a star earlier his modern-day storyline(even regardless of the actuality that he's proficient) yet now hes were given a submission victory over a 16 time international champion and legend in the agency, even regardless of the actuality that flairs no longer at his ideal anymore hes nonetheless were on condition that victory its no longer extremely what he's bodily doig yet more advantageous what his call and legend are doing hes giving his credibility and call to TNA to help them make stars
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Curt Originally Answered: Help, i hate my life?! i hate my looks, i just hate it. my nose is big and i have a lot of blackheads and this messed my face, im soo ugly?
First of all, the problem ISN'T YOU. The problem is with other people who are either lousy friends or immature adults. God says that you're a worthwhile human being; you have potential, and you have intrinsic value. As for feeling "ugly," a lot of young people feel that way. However, there have been some people who have REALLY had struggles, and have overcome them. One of these people is Lizzie Velasquez. You really need to Google her and read about her life and struggles. She now encourages people. There are also lots of burn victims out there who struggle every day with their appearances. It's NOT that your issues aren't important, but many of these people have had to come to terms with the fact that their looks may always not be as they'd like.. Many of these people have had to deal with a lot of taunts, jeers, embarrassment, and even threats. I know that your life may be extremely painful right now. Trust me, a LOT of us have been there. The good news, though, is that there's HOPE for the future. You're young. In a year, three years, five years, your life may be REALLY DIFFERENT. A few years from now you may be in college, or working at a job you enjoy, or (later) married with a great spouse, a nice home, and loving kids. Don't think that your entire life is going to be miserable. For lots of us, our "best" years come as adults, when the pieces all seem to fall into place. Truthfully, sometimes the people who were our "friends" in school fall by the wayside and are replaced by less-toxic people; and sometimes (while our parents are still our parents), we find that their negative opinions of us don't really matter. After all, parents are only human, and many of them have their own struggles. Sadly, sometimes parents are NOT the loving, encouraging, beneficent, and wise people that we expect them to be. Often, parents themselves had rough childhoods. Given what you've said, I have a feeling that that was probably the case in your family. Your family may not be the greatest, but you CAN do better. You can do the best you can in school, try to go to college, and major in something (like nursing, accounting, law, or even teaching) that will pay the bills, or you could open a small business. I hate to sound this way, but one day the very people who now are mocking you may have to speak with your secretary before they talk to you. So don't give up. God created you to be a worthwhile and important person. Jesus Christ died for you, so that you could be forgiven and live eternally with Him. We'll pray that God put someone in your path to encourage you and help you find the path that God means for you to take.

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