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In the following years, Flair established himself as the promotion's main franchise in the midst of emerging competition from Vince Mc Mahon's World Wrestling Federation (WWF).An unsanctioned title loss took place on January 6, 1983 to Carlos Colón Sr. Officially, Flair won the NWA World Heavyweight Championship eight more times.He defended and retained the WWF World Heavyweight Championship against Genichiro Tenryu on September 15, 1992 in a match that resulted in a draw.In August 1995, under a WCW contract, Flair participated in the G1 Climax tournament in New Japan, where he beat Shiro Koshinaka, drew Masahiro Chono, and lost to Keiji Mutoh.On April 27, 1978, Flair challenged for the NWA United National Championship in a losing effort.Throughout the 1980s, Flair defended the NWA World Heavyweight Championship in All Japan against the likes of Genichiro Tenryu, Riki Choshu, Jumbo Tsuruta, Harley Race, and Kerry Von Erich.Fujinami beat Flair for the NWA World Heavyweight Championship, but later lost the title at WCW's Super Brawl on May 19, 1991 in the United States.

PWI awarded him their Wrestler of the Year award a record six times, while Wrestling Observer Newsletter named him the Wrestler of the Year (an award named after him and Lou Thesz) a record eight times.

His birth name is widely perceived to be Fred Phillips, although on different documents, he is also credited as Fred Demaree or Stewart, while his biological parents were Luther and Olive Phillips (the latter of which was also credited under the Demaree and Stewart surnames).

Shortly afterward, the family settled in Edina, Minnesota, where the young Fliehr lived throughout his childhood and after ninth grade he attended Wayland Academy, a coeducational boarding school in Beaver Dam, Wisconsin, for four years (five years total in high school), during which time he participated in interscholastic wrestling, football and track.

On July 17, 1996, Flair challenged Shinya Hashimoto for the IWGP Heavyweight Championship in a losing effort in NJPW.

Once again under the WWE banner, Flair continued to tour Japan periodically between 20.