Ashley Flair Signs WWE Developmental Deal

Posted by Brad Davis May 17, 2012 5 Comments

The Wrestling Observer reports WWE has signed Ashley Fliehr Johnson to a developmental contract. She is the daughter of WWE Hall of Famer Ric Flair.

Reports surfaced earlier this month that Ashley intended to follow in the footsteps of her legendary father as she was training to become a professional wrestler. She is expected to join WWE’s Tampa, Florida based developmental training facility in the summer.

Ashley is the third Flair child to enter the professional wrestling industry. David notably competed for World Championship Wrestling from 1999 to 2001 while Reid currently wrestles on the independent circuit.

Ashley was a star volleyball player in high school, leading her team to two state titles in North Carolina. She graduated from North Carolina State University with a Bachelor of Arts and is an ACE® Certified Personal Trainer. She also attended Appalachian State University where she was a Division-1 Full Scholarship Athlete in volleyball.

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    • NOOB

      WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO….

    • Internet Meme Guy

      the dirtiest diva in the game. I like the sound of that :D
      and a girl going woooooooo. sounds hott.

      • Internet Meme Guy

        oh yea and
        girls slapping other girls’ chests :D

    • ……

      If she wanted to be a pro wrestlers she should have gone to TNA with her pops ….unfortunately WWE’s divas are more eye candy while the knockouts actually fight it out and still look hot…

    • http://www.facebook.com/WolfLink22 Matt Rayfield

      Just because she got a contract does not mean that the wwe will use her correctly. It also does not mean that they won’t if you want to have both sides of the arguement that we will see some here. As for me with Johnny Laurinaitis as the gm of 2 shows he will find a way to screw her over and then we will have a ric flair vs Laurinaitis fued.

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