FauxMo

November 8th, 2017 at 9:26 AM ^

I am always dubious of these "I've slept with thousands of women" guys. I am sure the number is big, but I'm also sure he wasn't keeping accurate count, especially if he was having 15 drinks per day. I am also sure having relations with 800 different ladies feels a lot like 5000, in the "I don't have a number, but I know it's a shitload of vaginas, too many to remember, so let's just call it 10,000" kind of way. 

EDIT: I just did the math. Assuming the number is exactly 10,000 and he started on this path at 18 years old, giving him 50 years exactly, that's 200 women a year. That's almost 4 different women per week, every single week, for 50 years. Hmmmmm

MGlobules

November 8th, 2017 at 9:58 AM ^

then you STILL may be worried they weren't all that thrilled. Because if it was good you would want to do it again. . . and that's gonna cut into your numbers, Rick. 

Now when an admirer tells me you MADE LOVE to 1,000 women, I'll be impressed. 

His noogy metrics are a little messed up. 

Blue Know It

November 8th, 2017 at 11:56 AM ^

You actually think those guys only slept with 1 woman at a time?

I think Flair mentioned something about 5 women a night before. That is obviously a far easier way to get to 10k.

Also, there are things like the sex parties Ronaldo used to throw/attend where you could get thru 20 in one evening.

I'm Batman

November 8th, 2017 at 12:24 PM ^

having sex with one woman a day would be a pretty simple feat. 365 a year time 10 years is 3650. Times that by three decades of fame and you are over 10,000 women. Now throw in a few threesomes or orgies here and there, and the numbers really start to build.

Its hard for regular civilians to comprehend just how much poon gets thrown at these guys on a daily basis. But i dont doubt that some of these guys are definitely racking up pretty extreme numbers. 

My best friend is 6 foot 4 and looks so much like John Stamos that people have called him Uncle Jesse his entire life. Having spent ages 16-25 hanging out daily, and sharing a house for a few years, i can tell you he has put up well over a thousand, and hes not famous.

Robbie Moore

November 8th, 2017 at 11:12 AM ^

I know your joking here but this whole thing is just ludicrous. I mean really...where exactly is the river of women that provides a new one 200 times a year every year for 50 years? It exists only in the fevered minds of teenage boys. Suffice to say Ric Flair "made love" to a whole bunch of women. But if you put the number at 1,000 I'm gonna bet the under.

MGoGrendel

November 8th, 2017 at 4:57 PM ^

for new events, just like a rock band on tour.  Every new city has a small gaggle of "I slept with Ric Flair" wannabees.  They come to practices, hotels, the main event, etc.  Wouldn't be hard for a handler to pre-qualify one or two each day.  No different than rock stars when the roadies hand out back stage passes to the hot chicks...

MGoGrendel

November 8th, 2017 at 9:28 AM ^

That's 48 years of gettin' busy. On average, thats 208 per year, which is roughly once per weekday with the weekend's to rest.  Not exactly stressing his manhood, but you need an active participant.

However, the early years and the latter years were likely lean.  Early on he was not yet a star and later on he... let's call it whisky dick. So maybe 300 per year at the peak.

Like I said, not hard to do if you have women throwing themselves at him. 

 

gmoney41

November 8th, 2017 at 12:36 PM ^

It doesn’t sound like 68 awesome years. It sounded more like 68 years of a very shallow vapid unfulfilled life, filled with substance abuse and promiscuity. Family neglect and extreme selfishness. I think his sons death shocked him and made him realize the things he missed. He didn’t sound very regretful though, but his pride for his daughter shows that he loves his kids, he was just very selfish. I lost a lot of respect for ric watching this 30 for 30 to be honest. No hero in my opinion.

Everyone Murders

November 8th, 2017 at 9:39 AM ^

Heroism is inherently subjective.  Are we surprised that this (alleged) track record outlines a hero for Hatter based on his posting history?

We are not.

(Also, I could not find it on YouTube, but Flair's story reminded me of the old SNL skit with Wilt Chamberlain and his high turnover rate - in the boudoir.)

Inman

November 8th, 2017 at 8:36 AM ^

Insane Party lifestyle has caught up to him. It's all about what you want out of life, I'm sure he regrets a lot of his choices, but if he could go back... he might do it all again anyway.