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Ric Flair reveals iconic ‘I’m sorry, I love you’ moment at WresteMania with Shawn Michaels wasn’t planned

Ric Flair reveals iconic ‘I’m sorry, I love you’ moment at WresteMania with Shawn Michaels wasn’t planned

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It has been 12 years since Ric Flair’s final WWE match. He is a legend in the business and had a glorious wrestling career that has spanned around 40 years. WWE Ric Flair is a legend and it’s unlikely there will be anyone like the 16-time champion again And that final match, at WrestleMania 24 in 2008, saw one of the most iconic moments in the company’s history. Flair was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame the night before, but the stipulation of his match the next day was if he lost, he had to retire. Shawn Michaels was his opponent. Two of the greatest ever in-ring performers came together for one final showdown in the winter of their careers. Michaels defeated The Nature Boy with a Sweet Chin Music, but it’s best remembered for the words he uttere
Frank Skinner: ‘I’m all for a bit of moral menace’

Frank Skinner: ‘I’m all for a bit of moral menace’

Entertainment
"The edge of inappropriate is the spiritual home of the best stand-up comedy," proclaims Frank Skinner in the programme notes for his new West End show, Showbiz.It's also, he jokes, "the name of my country house in Gloucestershire".The 62-year-old, who has made a pretty good living walking the tightrope of comedic taste, is about to ride the bus (using his over 60s travel card) to London's Garrick Theatre, as he speaks to the BBC, for the first night of a five-week residency, having road-tested it around the UK last year.Loosely-based around celebrity anecdotes he's acquired over the past 25 years working as one of the country's most cherished comedians, Skinner's show is littered with poetic and funny filth about his decaying bo...
‘I’m not going to be silenced’, vows TV presenter Flack

‘I’m not going to be silenced’, vows TV presenter Flack

Entertainment
TV presenter Caroline Flack has vowed not to be "silenced" after pleading not guilty to attacking her boyfriend Lewis Burton with a lamp.The 40-year-old, who hosted ITV's Love Island, revealed in an Instagram post that she had "been advised not to go on social media". But she added: "I wanted to say happy Christmas to everyone who has been so incredibly kind to me this year."This kind of scrutiny and speculation is a lot to take on for one person to take on their own."I'm a human being at the end of the day and I'm not going to be silenced when I have a story to tell and a life to keep going with. Advertisement "I'm taking some time out to get feeling better and learn some lessons from situations I've got m...
John Humphrys: ‘I’m hugely argumentative by instinct’

John Humphrys: ‘I’m hugely argumentative by instinct’

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Media playback is unsupported on your device After 32 years of co-presenting BBC Radio 4's Today, John Humphrys knew exactly how he wanted his final programme to sound."I had told the big boss that I wanted to leave without any fuss at all," he explains. "At five minutes to nine on the morning of my last programme, I would say, 'That's it from us, oh and by the way, this is my last programme. And since I'm leaving, here are a few thoughts.'"They vetoed that, because it just wouldn't work. And they persuaded me."As a result, his last ever edition of the BBC's flagship radio news programme ended up being quite an event. Humphrys spoke to former Prime Minister David Cameron for his final 08:10 interview - the most prestigious slot of the programm...