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Is Ric Flair Suicide?

warcroftCorrespondent IDecember 5, 2016

Another week, another episode of TNA and another series of "WhoIsSuicide.com" images flashed across the screen.

So, let's take a look at what developments have happened since our last Suicide watch.

If you visit www.whoissuicide.com, you will be greeted with a few images of Suicide's mask and a short rant from Suicide himself stating he has not forgotten the pain and suffering he has been caused and that he will seek revenge for what was done to him. But first he claims he must be patient and the time will come.

Nothing exceptional—until we dig a little deeper.

The whoissuicide.com site, when it first appeared, had a single click-able image which took you to the WhoIsSuicide My Space page. Although there is no longer a link to the MySpace Suicide page, if you now visit www.myspace.com/whoissuicide you will be greeted with somehting very interesting.

A photo of Ric Flair, a title which says "Wooo is Suicide" and the old NWO logo written as WWO (Wooo World Order).

Dig further again...

Click the blog link for another Suicide rant telling viewers to watch Bound For Glory to see what happens.

So, is the MySpace page still related to TNA and the Who is Suicide promotion? Or has it been taken over by a hacker of sorts?

Ric Flair to TNA?

Is Kaz still Suicide?

It's all speculation thus far.

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