According to the WWE Hall of Famer, Ric Flair requested to attend his final match but refused out of concern for his health.
Ric Flair ended his long and famous career on July 31.
In the weeks before the incident, it was said that Flair had approached Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat to participate in the competition, but he declined.
In the end, Flair and his son-in-law Andrade El Idolo defeated training mates Jeff Jarrett and Jay Lethal.
However, it is revealed that Steamboat was not the first Hall of Fame member to refuse to face Flair in the ring.
Diamond Dallas Page said he was also approached during an interview on Sessions with Renee Paquette.
Even though his body looked great, Page said he didn't want to take any chances of getting injured.
Despite not wrestling in the main event, Page did feature in a crowd showdown before running into the ring to hand Matt Cardona the Diamond Cutter.
Diamond Dallas Page has not wrestled since January 2020, where he teamed up with Dustin Rhodes and QT Marshall on AEW Dynamite. His most recent WWE match came at WrestleMania 32.