- NWA Mid-Atlantic Heritage title [Awarded] after a match with champion Jeff Lewis (April 11, 2009);
In The Beginning:
- Reid Flair is the son of the legendary Ric Flair and the little brother of David Flair..
- October 4, 1998–WCW Nitro: Reid Flair defeated Eric Bischoff..
- June 12, 2000–WCW Nitro: David Flair & Vince Russo defeated Ric Flair & Reid Flair..
Reid Flair’s official wrestling debut:
- December 6, 2008–Highspots presents “The Nature Boy” – Ric Flair gave an emotional speech in the middle of the ring..
- ~~~Reid Flair (debut) & David Flair w/Ric Flair defeated The Nasty Boys w/Jimmy Hart) with special guest referee Hulk Hogan..
- ~~~The match ended with all three Flair’s doing figure-4 leglocks on the Nasty Boys & Hart while Hogan “turned his head”..
- February 21, 2009–MACW: David Flair & Ricky Morton (sub for Reid Flair) w/Ric Flair beat Rikki Nelson & Buff Bagwell..
- March 4, 2009: Richard Reid Fliehr was arrested for driving while impaired in Mecklenburg County, North Carolina..
- March 14, 2009–Mid Atlantic Championship Wrestling: Ricky Morton & Reid Flair w/Ric Flair beat Buff Bagwell & Rikki Nelson…
- April 11, 2009–NWA Charlotte: Reid Flair & David Flair & Brad Anderson beat Jeff Lewis & C.W. Anderson & Masked Superstar..
- ~~~After the match; JD Costello stripped Jeff Lewis of the NWA Mid-Atlantic Heritage title, and awarded it to Reid Flair!
- February 23, 2013–AJPW Live Event: KENSO & Reid Flair defeated SUSHI & Yutaka Yoshie.
- March 28, 2013–Reid Flair, the youngest son of WWE Hall of Famer Ric Flair, has passed away. He was just 25 years old.
- June 14, 2013–From TMZ.com: RIC FLAIR‘S SON Died From Heroin Overdose Autopsy Shows
Reid Flair — son of wrestling legend Ric Flair — died from an accidental overdose of heroin and other drugs … this according to an official autopsy report released today.
As TMZ previously reported … 25-year-old Flair was pronounced dead on March 29 after his father discovered him out cold in a Charlotte, NC hotel room.
According to the autopsy report … traces of the muscle relaxant clonazepam and Xanax (anti-anxiety medication) were also found in Reid’s system.
Reid — who had just returned from a wrestling stint in Japan — had struggled with heroin in the past … according to several reports, he overdosed 3 times in 2 years.
After the report was released this morning, Reid’s mother told the Charlotte Observer … “I loved him … He should have been on top of the world, but he was fighting a battle he couldn’t win.”