WWE fans will be glad to see and hear Ric Flair moving and talking for the first time since his health scare, and he is already making fans smile again with what he is saying and doing.
The Nature Boy was submitted to a hospital last month for what was originally just described as a routine check up, but things took a more serious turn when his agent, Legacy Talent Agency, asked for "prayers, positive energy and well wishes for our living legend."
Flair was dealing with an intestinal blockage that led to surgery, and part of his bowel was removed. He was placed into a medically induced coma, but the WWE legend wasn't giving up without a fight.
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Yesterday, the 16-time World Champion posted a video on his social media accounts, providing his fans with a much-needed update on his current health. Flair thanked the fans for their love and support during this difficult time, and said he's "back up and running" noting his plans to see his supporters in the "very, very, very, very, very, very near future:"
Flair showed fans he was still as charismatic as before, as he wore a shirt which read 'I ain't dead yet mother f***ers!' as he gave fans an update.
WWE superstar Charlotte Flair provided an update on her father's status during an interview with Renee Young after SmackDown Live on Tuesday. She said: "He has a long road. I'm not saying he's gonna be back next week strutting, but definitely the prayers and the positive vibes help.
"And I wouldn't be here if I didn't think it was OK, so everything's good. This is where I belong, and I'm glad to be back."
It's so good to see Flair is getting back to normal after his recent health scare, and hopefully, he will be back on WWE programming soon.
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