As we reported earlier here at WrestlingNewsWorld.com, WWE and 2KSports hosted a "30 Years of Wrestlemania" symposium at the Conga Room of L.A. Live on Saturday night. The event featured Daniel Bryan, Dolph Ziggler, Steve Austin, Rey Mysterio, Mick Foley, Paul Heyman and Ric Flair. Jim Ross operated as the moderator.
During the panel, Flair told a touching story about placing one of his WWE Hall of Fame rings on his late son Reid's finger before they closed the casket. WWE replaced the ring with a new one for Flair with his son's name engraved on it. You can watch the symposium in his entirety embedded in the video below:
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While I am aware there are a lot of stories and rumors being pushed out about Flair's condition, everything I have seen from people that actually attended has been quite positive. Here's what Scott Fishman of The Miami Herald wrote:
One of the most entertaining panels you will ever see…
Click here for his coverage.
Arda Ocal, who was also in attendance, wrote the following on Twitter:
Ric Flair is still the most entertaining person in the entire world. Wow. #WWE2K14
— Arda Ocal (@arda_ocal) August 18, 2013