Ric Flair Leaving Talent Agency, Jim Cornette Update, NXT Tryouts

Several weeks ago, a representative of WWE Hall of Fame Ric Flair, Melinda Morris Zanoni, revealed that Ric had been in the hospital for “routine monitoring.” Despite this, Zanoni asked for fans of Ric Flair to pray from him during his hospital stay just days later. He actually had a serious life-threatening incident that required him to be put into a medically induced coma. Luckily, Flair is getting better with each passing day. “The Nature Boy” announced earlier today that he is no longer being represented by Zanoni or her Legacy Talent Entertainment agency. Flair later announced that he is going to be revealing his new talent representation tomorrow.

As of Wednesday, Sept. 6, 2017, I have parted ways with Melinda Morris Zanoni and Legacy Talent Entertainment, LLC. I Will Announce New
— Ric Flair® (@RicFlairNatrBoy) September 7, 2017

Representation Tomorrow. I’m looking forward to the new beginning and the great opportunities that await me. WOOOOO!
— Ric Flair® (@RicFlairNatrBoy) September 7, 2017
Jim Cornette shocked wrestling fans a few weeks back when he showed up in Global Force Wrestling. PWInsider shared some news that was reported on the latest Jim Cornette Experience podcast. Cornette revealed that he is scheduled to appear on the Bound for Glory pay-per-view on November 5th, but he currently is not booked for anything past that show. Jim Cornette does not work on the creative team for GFW, he is merely just an on-screen talent who has offered some advice and insight backstage. When he returned, Cornette claimed that he was not signed to a contract. It appears that this statement is indeed accurate.
WWN has provided some great news for any aspiring wrestlers out there. They revealed today that they will be holding their EVOLVE 92 show on September 22nd, but that is not all. It was announced that tryouts will be taking place before the show with one member from the tryouts being selected to appear as an extra on a future episode of NXT. The tryouts are open to wrestlers, managers, and referees who have experience and basic training, as well as all of the proper documents necessary ready to go. Furthermore, NXT coach Norman Smiley is going to be attending the tryouts to offer guidance and scout the talent.

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