In a recent interview with Chris Van Vliet as part of the INSIGHT With Chris Van Vliet podcast, WWE Hall of Famer Ric Flair discussed his Last Match this Sunday, why he is not facing off against Ricky “The Dragon” Steamboat or Hulk Hogan, plus much more.

Highlights of the interview are below:

On if this Sunday will really be the final match of his in-ring career: “It has to be, I get that question asked a lot, but it has to be. Even if I do well, I can’t go back on my word to the people that have given me all this respect, time and bought tickets. I have been offered 10 matches at $50,000 a piece and I think in Europe, someone offered me $100,000, but this will be the last one. I can manage somebody and be in the ring, but it will be my last match.”

On Hulk Hogan or Ricky “The Dragon” Steamboat not being an opponent for his last match: “Well, neither one of them are physically able to do it. I talked with Steamboat for a long time and he’s got issues with his back and shoulder. I think that if Ricky wanted to go out, he had that great run with Jericho back in 2011 I think, I think Ricky wanted to go out with that memory, because he was as good back then as he was in his prime, he had some great matches and he like the ‘you still got it’, so why put that on the line again, and Hulk, he has had so many back surgeries, a double hip replacement, double knee replacement, so why take a chance. For me, everything is still hooked up, thank God.”

The interview is available in full at this link.