Meet the man of many monikers - The Nature Boy, Ricky Rhodes, and The Alimony Pony. Yes, he is none other than the legendary Ric Flair, a name synonymous with professional wrestling.
With a career spanning 41 epic years, Ric has grappled his way into the annals of sports entertainment history. But his off-stage escapades are the stuff of legends, and they might just rival his in-ring heroics.
In an ESPN 30 for 30 documentary, Ric made a jaw-dropping revelation – he's romanced over 10,000 women. Now, at the sprightly age of 74, he's not shy about regaling us with tales of his amorous adventures.
On a recent episode of "This Past Weekend," Ric dished out stories from his early dalliances.
"The fact of the matter is I could recover in 6 seconds... when you're young, you're a human squirt gun,"
he chuckled. Ah, the enthusiasm of youth!
However, life took its toll on Ric. Decades of physical abuse, steroids, and a staggering 400+ wrestling matches a year left him feeling like a shadow of his former self.
With a testosterone count plummeting to a mere 12 nanograms (compare that to the 300-400 range for someone his age), he knew he needed help. Enter a doctor who now keeps his testosterone count soaring above 1,000 nanograms. "The 400 at my age don't work either... they say, 'Isn't 1,000 a little high for you?'," Ric quipped. "Nope... perfect," he retorted.
Despite his inability to keep a marriage afloat – with his libido taking much of the blame – Ric has certainly lived life to the fullest. With his hormones going off the charts, it seems he's not quite done making memories.
After all, he's The Nature Boy, and in the world of wrestling, retirement might just be another chance to rise from the mat.