Ric Flair has proved to be still the man
when it comes to drawing an audience as Dave
Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer is
reporting that his Last Match pay-per-view
drew nearly half a million dollars in gate
money and nearly 29,000 pay-per-view buys.
The figures puts Jim Crockett Presents: Ric
Flairs Last Match show promoted by
Starrcast as the second most successful
indie show in modern day wrestling behind
All In in 2018.
Close to 7,000 fans packed the Nashville
Municipal Auditorium on Sunday night for a
total gate money of $448,502. In addition,
Ric Flairs Last Match did around 25,000
buys through PPV.COM and FITE.TV and around
another 4,000 through traditional pay-per-
Never underestimate yourself! You are
capable of more than you know! WOOOOO,
tweeted Flair today following the
publication of the impressive numbers.
A card full of wrestlers from different
promotions was headlined by Flair teaming up
with Andrade to take on Jeff Jarrett and Jay