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Whoooooo!

Its not often youll see a 69-year-old former professional wrestler don an outrageous gown to join one of the worlds biggest hip-hop stars for a TV performance which takes place inside a makeshift wrestling ring.

And, to be honest, its not often we find ourselves writing that kind of sentence.

But Ric Flair has continued to keep 2018 unpredictable by quite literally turning up this week for a spot of posturing during Migos rapper Offset and Metro Boomins rendition of Ric Flair Drip on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon.

The song makes a number of references to Flair, who, in case you were wondering, is both a WWE Hall of Famer and a 16-time world champion.

The actual Ric Flair joined Migos' Offset for a knock-out performance
Too good. Just too good (Picture: NBC / Getty)

So, invited by Fallon to perform the track live on Tuesday (17 April), of course Offset and Metro Boomin asked for a wrestling ring for a stage.

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And of course they invited Ric Flair himself to come and boogie with Offset on stage – sorry, in the ring.

Ric – who survived a health scare last year – looked good being back in his element, and even spouted a bit of wrestling chat at the end of the performance.

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The pictures from backstage are also glorious, with Ric looking like hes having the best time in years hanging around with some of Atlantas finest (and a very low-key Cardi B, supporting her fiancé Offset).

One more time, for good luck: whoooo!

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