PWInsider.com is reporting that on February 25th, an outstanding arrest warrant against WWE Hall of Famer "Nature Boy" Ric Flair was officially rescinded in Mecklenburg County, North Carolina. The warrant was originally issued back in July of 2014 and ordered Flair to be arrested for contempt of court for failing to pay $33,000 in legal fees and support to his former wife Jacqueline as part of a June 2014 settlement. The charge against Flair was technically considered a misdemeanor, and the judge's order was that Flair be held until the complete amount was paid off. This led to Flair not traveling to the the state of North Carolina while the warrant was still active. Now that the warrant has been rescinded - meaning that Flair has likely paid off the amount owed - Flair is now free to travel anywhere in the state.
As previously reported, the February 24th edition of the popular History Channel television series "Pawn Stars" featured a customer bringing in a WWE Hall of Fame ring. The network initially advertised that the ring belonged to Tammy "Sunny" Sytch; however, it was then stated that the ring actually belonged to the late Paul Bearer. The customer who brought in the ring was offered $4,000 for it, but turned down the offer. In an update, Bearer's son Daniel Moody has noted on his official Facebook page that the ring featured on "Pawn Stars" did not actually belong to his father and was a fake.
WWE has officially announced that in addition to Walmart, WWE Network gift cards are also now available for purchase from GameStop. The gift cards are good for three-month subscriptions to the streaming service.
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