I'm not thinking about his brawling or amatuer style head takedowns or other stuff. I'm mostly thinking about his dropkick and vertical suplex.
Well in his defence, he rarely busted out the dropkick, and even more rarely in his later years when he got by on the other stuff that made him awesome.
His vertical suplex may have come off as a little sloppy due to the face he spent most of his career fighting guys who outweighed him by at least 50 pounds? Watch him take on guys his own size. You'd be hard pressed to find a nicer one.
Prowrestling.net reports: Richard Reid Fliehr, who wrestled as Reid Flair, is dead at age 24, according to Mike Johnson of PWInsider.com. He was the youngest son of pro wrestling legend Ric Flair. The cause of death has not been revealed.