Ric Flair, David Arquette, Bella Twins and More Appear On Massive Zoom Call

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Everybody is waiting around for their next Zoom call thanks to the global pandemic forcing everyone to stay inside as much as possible, and that was no different in a new video shared by WWE.

As seen below, Kayla Braxton and the hosts of “The Bump” turned a recent Zoom chat into a massive party with a pretty diverse and random assortment of people. The hosts and subsequent guests were challenged to send Zoom video conference invites to their most famous friends, in an attempt to see who might show up.

The list did not disappoint.

In total, the video call featured *deep breath*:

  • David Arquette
  • Liv Morgan
  • Sasha Banks
  • Dolph Ziggler
  • Titus O’Neil
  • Mojo Rawley
  • Charlotte Flair
  • Andrade
  • Ric Flair
  • Khleo Thomas
  • Rachel Bonnetta
  • Clark Duke
  • Robbie Fox
  • Sonya Deville
  • Jared Carrabis
  • Natalya
  • Tom Phillips
  • Renee Young
  • RJ City
  • Sam Roberts
  • Skylar Astin
  • Rey Mysterio
  • Maria Menounos
  • The Miz
  • Big E
  • Nikki and Brie Bella
  • Malcolm Bivens

Arquette, a former WCW World Heavyweight Champion, was the first to join the call and lasted almost an hour. By the end of things, he was shirtless and wearing a cowboy hat.

The highlight of the experience was undoubtedly Flair taking the opportunity to roast everybody, especially Ziggler, whom he called “the last great American gigolo.” He also warned Liv Morgan to “practice social distancing” with him and remarked that he was happy Dolph was “3,000 miles away” from his wife.

Flair and Arquette swapped old stories, including the time they walked into a bar with the WCW belt and Flair convinced him to buy a round of drinks for everybody in the place. The Nature Boy, poolside with Charlotte and Andrade, was truly living his best quarantine life.

It’s a wild ride.

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