Lacey Evans got the attention of WWE fans in more ways than one on Monday with a risque lingerie photo on Instagram.
The WWE star posted a photo of herself in a red outfit on social media before Monday night’s episode of RAW.
“Monday Night RAW... I wear red. Who's watching?!” she posted.
While the photo was already pretty eye-catching, fans were taken aback by a “weird” detail in the background.
Evans had photoshopped WWE legend Ric Flair into the background of the photo, putting Flair’s head on the body of Bernie Sanders at Joe Biden’s inauguration.
The photo of Sanders looking very relaxed has since become a global meme.
“Lacey and Ric Flair are the best part of Monday RAW nights,” one follower commented.
Another wrote: “Now it's just getting weird.”
And a third said: “It took a long time to notice bernie flair in the back.”
Evans is currently involved in a storyline with Flair which has seen the 71-year-old get very close to her.
Flair has been helping Evans with her wrestling skills while she battles Flair’s daughter Charlotte in a recurring rivalry.
Flair even stepped in and prevented Evans from losing a match to Charlotte earlier this month.
— WWE (@WWE) January 12, 2021
Ric Flair says Charlotte the best of all time
That came just days after Flair heaped praise on his daughter, the most decorated female athlete in WWE history with 13 titles.
“She's the best woman on the roster, but she's the best woman of all time,” Flair said.
“I've been in the business 49 years. Give me an example of who you think is better. You can’t.
“I love Trish [Stratus], I love Lita. But I can walk into a room and say my daughter is the best.
“We can sit and debate it. I'll have that debate just like you, and I can have the debate about Aaron Rodgers and Patrick Mahomes.”
Charlotte has won the SmackDown Women’s Championship five times, the RAW Women’s Championship four times, the NXT Championship twice, the WWE Divas Championship once, and the WWE Women's Tag Team Championship once.
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