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WATCH ALONG: Ric Flair Talks 1992 Royal Rumble w/AdFreeShows

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On this day back in 1992, The Nature Boy Ric Flair outlasted 29 other men to win the Royal Rumble. Ric Flair won the Royal Rumble, with a little help from Hulk Hogan. to capture the WWF World Heavyweight Championship. This was the first time that the title had been the reward for winning the annual event.

AdFreeShows recently released a Watch Along of the match for free on their Patreon page. Click this link to get further information on how you can watch this iconic match with the Nature Boy (WOOOOOO) guiding you through the action.

If you’ve never watched the match then get on the WWE Network and check it out. The 1992 Rumble is considered by many to be greatest ever, and it was won by arguably the greatest to ever grace a wrestling ring.

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