Wrestling Legend Earns Whopping 6-figure Salary After WWE Exit

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SEATTLE, WA – MARCH 05: Professional Wrestling legend Ric Flair poses for a photo during Emerald City Comic Con at Washington State Convention Center on March 5, 2017 in Seattle, Washington. (Photo by Mat Hayward/Getty Images)

Earlier, people used to have relatively few choices for reaching their favorite celebrities. However, as Facebook, Instagram, and other social media platforms gained in popularity, the gap between celebrities and the wider populace has narrowed. In addition, during the last three years, the celebrity video platform Cameo has gone mainstream, allowing fans to effortlessly connect with their favorite celebrities. In addition, Hall of Famer Ric Flair is making a lot of money through the Cameo app after leaving WWE.

BEVERLY HILLS, CA – JULY 26: Professional wrestler Ric Flair of ‘ESPN’s 30 for 30: “Nature Boy”‘ speaks onstage during the ESPN portion of the 2017 Summer Television Critics Association Press Tour at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on July 26, 2017 in Beverly Hills, California. (Photo by Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images)

According to the report, Flair charges the same $496 per video as the previous year. Additionally, if Flair publishes two personalized videos every day, he potentially earns up to $362,000 from Cameo in 2022.

In addition, former WWE superstars Matt Hardy and Diamond Dallas Page are also utilizing the cameo app to bag in good money from the app.

Nature boy has earned a lot of admirers all across the globe. Flair’s “Wooo!” is still iconic in the WWE universe.

Shaquille O’Neal aspires to chant “Wooo!” like WWE legend Ric Flair

Big Shaq had been one of the biggest NBA superstars who dominated throughout his career. In addition, he is a great admirer of the Pro-wrestling world. On The Post Game revealed his Mount Rushmore of WWE.

Responding to this, Shaq stated, “I don’t want to disrespect guys, but it’s a lot. It’s lot of guys like, I’ll try Hulk Hogan, see but I’m kinda weird because I see a lot of guys like Jimmy Superfly Snuka, A bad bad D’Lo Brown. I like guys like that. You know, The Undertaker, so it’s a lot of great names. I don’t want to disrespect guys.”

Throughout his career, Shaq developed a very strong persona. His voice, on the other hand, won’t let him perform the “Wooo!” like a WWE legend.

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