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Updates On Mick Foley’s Sitcom, Ric Flair Day?

Posted by Vegas Martin in WWE News
Monday, November 17th, 2008

Credit: Ryan Clark

— The name of the proposed sitcom has been officially changed from “Hey Dude!” to “Have A Nice Day!”. Part of the reason for the name change was to avoid confusion with the old Nickelodeon show that shared the same name. “Have A Nice Day!” is of course the name of the first autobiography by , a book that was a New York Times best seller and also paved the way for more wrestling books to be published.

— November 15th, 2008 was announced to be “ Day” in the city of Norfolk, complete with a document signed by Norfolk Mayor Paul D. Fraim. Flair was in the area working an Q&A session that was set up by Vanguard Championship Wrestling, along with Seven City Productions and Highspots.com. The show saw a host of former Mid-Atlantic Stars in appearance, including: Ricky Morton of ‘n Roll Express, The Barbarian, Bobby Eaton of the Midnight Express, “Raging Bull” Manny Fernandez, and “The Perfect 10” Baby Doll.

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