Ric Flair's son Reid Flair appeared on the "Hit the Ropes" radio show on Wednesday and spoke about the possibility of following in his father's footsteps and becoming a pro wrestler.
Despite the fact that Reid's father works for TNA, the second generation wrestler's ultimate goal is to make it to what he calls "the big time" - WWE.
"No, I have not ruled out TNA. I respect the guys that are there. I respect the people in management and stuff like that. My dream since I was five years old was to work for the WWE and that's my goal."
Reid acknowledges that working for TNA has its benefits, but his perception of the company is similar to the reputation that TNA has earned in recent years - which is that TNA is where "established" wrestlers go after they've been in WWE.
"I think for people who are already established as stars, TNA is a great place to go. But me being a young kid and stuff like that, not having established myself, I think that sometimes the younger guys may be misrepresented and stuff in TNA. And I'm not saying anything malicious about TNA, WWE is just where I want to be. That's my goal. WWE is the big time and I want to be with the best."
Credit to Wrestlezone