Reid Flair: Ric Flair’s Son’s Cause Of Death Revealed In Autopsy Report

Fri, June 14, 2013 9:44pm EST by 12 Comments
Reid Flair Overdose
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Zenobia V. Emms

Posted at 4:27 PM on September 20, 2014  

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Tsadi Waw Mem Taw

Posted at 12:08 AM on October 12, 2013  

When, exactly, does an overdose become accidental? Is it at the point when you miss the syringe cap and stick the needle into your arm instead, or when you’ve intentionally stuck the needle in, and you press the plunger down by accident, or is it when you die as opposed to just getting very high?

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WWLame

Posted at 5:21 PM on August 20, 2013  

Drugs. Who would have thought that except anyone who knows anything about wrestling.

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abe

Posted at 12:54 AM on June 15, 2013  

the coffin is much bigger now?

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danny

Posted at 6:30 AM on June 15, 2013  

I would like “abe” to please explain his post!!

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danny

Posted at 3:09 PM on June 18, 2013  

———still waiting Abe!!

 
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paula

Posted at 8:23 AM on June 15, 2013  

Sometimes you are inadequate, inappropriate. Don´t expect to be respected with comments like yours, unless you have a sense oh humor that is beyond my poor comprehension and i am the dumb here.

you too will die….you too have a mother and she would not like to read a comment like the one who just wrote.

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danny

Posted at 11:54 AM on June 16, 2013  

Hey “abe”! We ( the other responders and I) are still waiting!!

 
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harry

Posted at 11:17 PM on June 14, 2013  

I have a lot of respect for Ric Flair and his legendary career in wrestling. May I please offer my belated condolences to Mr. Flair and his family at this sad time. We can only speculate now that if Reid had lived, he would have had the kind of career his father has had, with many championship belts, and made his Dad very proud! May he now find peace! The Flair family is in my thoughts and prayers. I would also please ask that any future responders to show their respect and refrain from using sarcastic and “funny” remarks—A young man has died, and a family has lost a Son.

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emily

Posted at 11:40 PM on June 14, 2013  

I agree with you Harry! Too often when a young person dies, especially the Son of a famous person like Mr. Flair, online responders feel the need to offer their “2 cents”, and “pearls of wisdom” about the character of the young person who has died——-when they can no longer defend their actions, and rag on about how he brought it on himself. YES—he was addicted to drugs—-BUT—he was someones Son—and now he’s gone!—-let it be!!

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mike vercruse

Posted at 5:19 PM on July 11, 2013  

I agree.I had the pleasure to meet Ric in the early 90s in california.He was wrestling for WWF.He was wrestling Randy Savage.He was at the Hilton on the beach.We met at the bar and had a beer.He was a very nice and personable person.I give my heart felt condolences to he and his family.

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