What business is that of yours? If you're a wrestling fan then his wrestling was something you ether liked or didn't and if you want to comment on just how much you either liked or disliked it and why, that's great. When you presume to actually be close enough to him to be able to claim that yes, his personal life your business, that still shows a disgusting lack of character on your part to judge him on the quality and the morality of his parenting and especially in a public forum. You pay to see him wrestle and the quality of his performance is therefore something you have the right to evaluate - not how good of a father or a husband he is. To try to blame him for the death of one of his four children shows your level. For one thing, Reid also had a mother who Ric provided for well enough that she could be a full time mother, not having to leave her children to go to a job. Many children in The U.S.A. would be thrilled to have a mother who is able to spend all her time raising them and yet that is no guarantee by any means that they won't still end up with drug or alcohol problems no matter how much time their mother devotes to them. Ric Flair has 4 children and the other three are healthy and happy as far as I know. So this s hardly a Von Erich family situation. That was truly tragedy. You also don't know Reid was a junkie. For all I we know he might have only used heroin a handful of times. That Reid was inexperienced with heroin would be the more likely scenario because people who don't regularly use heroin have a low tolerance to heroin and are therefore much more susceptible to an accidental overdose. They don't have the experience to know how much they can use without overdosing.