The book can be preordered at this link and below is the cover art and synopsis:
WOOOOOO! Are you ready for this, WWE Universe? For the first time ever, WWE’s illustrious father-daughter duo “Nature Boy” Ric Flair and Charlotte come together to tell their legendary story.
Ric Flair is a 16-time World Champion and two-time WWE Hall of Fame Inductee. His four-decades long career is recognized as one of the greatest of all time, but with success comes a price. Despite his effortless brilliance in front of the cameras, his life away from the cameras includes personal struggles, controversy and family tragedy. Through his bond with Charlotte, he’s becoming the father he needs to be while rediscovering the legend he has always been.
Charlotte grew up in the shadow of her famous father, “the dirtiest player in the game,” but now she is poised to take the Flair name to new heights. As the inaugural WWE Women’s Champion, Charlotte has had an impressive career, and she’s just getting started. With the (dare we say it) flair of the “Nature Boy” running through her blood, Charlotte is destined for greatness. Find out how she embraced her heritage and battled her own challenges through her rise to the top of WWE.
For these two Champions, sports entertainment is simply SECOND NATURE.
Excited to share the cover for SECOND NATURE, a new book by me and my daughter, @MsCharlotteWWE! Pre-order now: https://t.co/R2u5LNMfQC pic.twitter.com/mSKAM78aek— Ric Flair® (@RicFlairNatrBoy) November 14, 2016
- As we noted over the weekend, British tabloid The Daily Star claimed last week that former WWE CEO Linda McMahon is rumored to be in the running for a position on President-elect Donald Trump’s Cabinet in the Commerce Department.
According to NBC Connecticut, sources close to both Linda McMahon and President-elect Trump’s transition team confirmed McMahon is indeed under consideration to become Secretary of Commerce in the new administration which will take over in January, 2017.
Linda McMahon, a long time Donald Trump supporter, had donated millions to the WWE Hall of Famer’s campaign.