Ric Flair suing former management company



These are funds that Flair says he never knew about, nor did he receive a piece of.

Despite Legacy Talent and Entertainment's best efforts to keep fans updated on the Nature Boy's status during his recent health scare, the twice-over WWE Hall of Famer fired the company soon after his release from the hospital.

TMZ first reported on the lawsuit today, noting that Flair is alleging Legacy Talent and Entertainment owes him at least $46,000 after hiring a lawyer to look into his finances.

The WWE legend, who was featured in the "Nature Boy" documentary, which aired November 7, enlisted a lawyer to look into his finances after realizing money was missing.

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According to TMZ Sports, Flair is suing Legacy Talent and Entertainment, saying that it received $25,000 from First Row Films, which produced the 30 for 30.

Flair says he reached out to Legacy to find out why he never got the money and was told they were using the funds to pay legal bills.

Flair also claims there's a $12,000 royalty check from Jake's Fireworks, a company he signed an endorsement deal with earlier this year, that he never received. "In reality the $37,000 in dispute are in his management company's trust account while we were working out a settlement on the sums of money owed our client from deals and money Flair hid from his management".

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