To many fans worldwide, and especially in the Southern United States, Ric Flair is the greatest wrestler to have ever lived. With a career that spanned from the early 1970s to the late 2000s, his ability to remain in the limelight is unparalleled. He is a 16 time World Champion across the NWA, WCW, and WWE. Down South in the NWA, he was the answer to Hulk Hogan for so many years throughout the 1980s. While Hogan relied on his look, and superior marketing by Vince McMahon, Flair was setting arenas from Texas to Florida to the Carolinas ablaze with his supreme interviews, amazing in-ring performances, and one of a kind swagger that came to be known as Styling and Profiling. Conversely, a part of his career that is kind of just mentioned in passing, or not as celebrated, was when he did the unthinkable, and jumped to the WWE in 1991. After years of clashing with WCW/NWA upper management, he brought the Big Gold Belt to WWE with him. He remained there until January of 1993, and his tenure was filled with perplexing decisions as well as memorable moments. Not only was it a strange time for Flair, it was a strange time for WWE. Not only was there a steroid cloud hanging over WWE, it was a period of transition. However, from the minute The Nature Boy walked in the company he was treated as a big deal. While Flair had a run in the 2000s that is remembered with reverence, the far more interesting one is his not as talked about 1991-1993 journey.