Ric Flair’s podcast will move forward without host Mark Madden after a messy split between the two on social media on Sunday.
It started with former WCW announcer Madden saying he was walking away from Wooooo Nation Uncensored because it was no longer a good fit for him and his schedule, thanking Flair and the Heat Podcast Network in the process : –
I leave the @FlairUncensored podcast effective immediately. It’s not a good choice for me, especially planning prep and recording during my busy work week. thanks to @RicFlairNatrBoy & @PodHeat for opportunity and for understanding.
—Mark Madden (@MarkMaddenX) March 27, 2022
Flair was quick to dispute this. In his first response, the 73-year-old claimed that instead of walking away, Madden was “relieved of duty” and presented his show to his son-in-law Conrad Thompson’s Ad Free Shows network:-
love you and appreciate you @MarkMaddenX, But in fact, I relieved you of your duties! Good luck with your job! I’ll be back and better than ever next Monday! Go home to my son-in-law @HeyHeyItsConrad! https://t.co/O10esiWAlX
— Ric Flair® (@RicFlairNatrBoy) March 27, 2022
When Flair called the situation sad, accusing Mark of trying to get the snag out of himMadden got super personal :-
Take another drink. God gave you the gift of life a few years ago, and you thank him by getting ***ed every night like you are right now. You are the greatest wrestler of all time. What you have become is sad. https://t.co/uY1DCrsKLC
—Mark Madden (@MarkMaddenX) March 28, 2022
Wooooo Nation Uncensored had been around since November 2021, reuniting three months after Flair requested (and was granted) his release from WWE. An official announcement on the show’s future has yet to emerge despite the Thompson/Flair connection.
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