Dwayne Johnson is paying respects to a fellow legend of pro-wrestling.

“The Rock” and his Seven Bucks Productions are developing a biopic about “The Nature Boy”. Flair, 71, revealed the news himself while speaking with the “Busted Open” podcast. According to Flair, WWE will also be involved in the project.

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“I talked to Dwayne and Dany Garcia and Hiram Garcia and they’re gonna collaborate, the last time I heard, for all this stuff and make a movie with the WWE about me with Sue Levison, who now is with WWE and is doing a fabulous job,” Flair said.

“Sue’s got a great background,” the iconic pro-wrestler continued. “As soon as everything gets rolling again after that, they’ll make that movie. I am looking forward to that because I’ll have a lot of input.”

ET Canada used the power of foresight last year and asked Flair who he would like to play him in a biopic. Host Carlos Bustamante had Matthew McConaughey in mind, but “The Nature Boy” had other ideas.

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“Oh, I don’t know. I can’t see. I’m thinking more Colin Farrell, he’s got a bit more edge to him,” Flair suggested. “I like kind of more Chris Pratt, even Bradley Cooper.”

Flair is a once-in-a-generation pro-wrestling star with pivotal roles in WWE, WCW and NWA. He has held the most world championship in any organization.