Ric Flair: Triller Fight Club copying WWE’s approach to entertainment

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ATLANTA – Professional wrestling legend Ric Flair is compelled by Triller Fight Club’s approach to mixing combat sports and entertainment.

Flair, a two-time WWE Hall of Fame inductee, will be in attendance for Saturday’s pay-per-view card at Mercedes-Benz Stadium, and he digs the method presentation of mixing boxing matches, such as Jake Paul vs. Ben Askren in the main event, with musical acts like Justin Bieber, Snoop Dogg and more.

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Flair thinks it’s a little familiar, though, and sees it quite similar to what has made WWE such a success over the years.

Watch the video above as Flair talks to MMA Junkie’s Mike Bohn about his thoughts on Triller Fight Club.

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