The Nature Boy gives the Stingrays a “Wooo” before going out onto the ice. (Photo: @KevinLive5)
On Saturday night, the Caps-affiliated South Carolina Stingrays did something awesome. They won their 18th straight game, setting a new ECHL wins record. It’s the longest winning streak in the ECHL’s 27-year history. They defeated the Gwinnett Gladiators 6-0.
Even cooler: the rolex-wearing, diamond-ring wearing, kiss-stealing, limousine-riding, jet-flying son-of-a-gun, Ric Flair, was in the house to see it all.
The 16-time pro wrestling champion was at the North Charleston Coliseum in support of Military Appreciation Night. According to the Stingrays, he fired up the crowd and signed autographs.
Also, I’m also sure there were a lot of WOOOOOOOOOOO‘s. Especially after South Carolina set the new record.
— ECHL (@ECHL) March 14, 2015
— Opps I did it again (@BigDaddyE68) March 15, 2015
— Greg Pitt (@gregpittdj) March 14, 2015
— Matthew Gladwell (@MattGladwell3) March 15, 2015
— Joe Wright (@Sctvman) March 15, 2015
— Elliott Summey (@ElliottSummey) March 15, 2015
— Angie Foster (@mama_foster) March 15, 2015
— I@n (@itsian56) March 15, 2015
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