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Thursday, 16 May 2019

WWE legend's condition 'very serious'


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WWE legend Ric Flair has been rushed to hospital with his condition described as "very serious".

According to TMZ, 71-year-old Flair suffered a "medical emergency" and was taken to a hospital in the Atlanta area.

Flair's wife, Wendy Barlow, released a statement to the publication saying, “Due to ongoing health complications, Ric was taken to the hospital and is expected to undergo a procedure tomorrow morning, after which he expects to fully recover.”

Flair’s son-in-law, Conrad Thompson, also released a statement confirming the situation is “not as grave.”

Flair has dealt with numerous health scares in recent years, most notably in 2017 when he suffered multiple organ failure and was placed into a medically induced coma for 11 days. He was given a 20 percent chance at survival.

After having successful surgery and going through rehab, Flair recovered and returned to the public eye.

Flair's battle with depression and alcoholism were highlighted in an ESPN documentary a couple of years ago, with the legendary figure admitting he consumed up to 15 drinks a day during his wrestling career.

WWE legend Ric Flair has been rushed to hospital with his condition described as "very serious".

According to TMZ, 71-year-old Flair suffered a "medical emergency" and was taken to a hospital in the Atlanta area.

Flair's wife, Wendy Barlow, released a statement to the publication saying, “Due to ongoing health complications, Ric was taken to the hospital and is expected to undergo a procedure tomorrow morning, after which he expects to fully recover.”

Flair’s son-in-law, Conrad Thompson, also released a statement confirming the situation is “not as grave.”

Flair has dealt with numerous health scares in recent years, most notably in 2017 when he suffered multiple organ failure and was placed into a medically induced coma for 11 days. He was given a 20 percent chance at survival.

After having successful surgery and going through rehab, Flair recovered and returned to the public eye.

Flair's battle with depression and alcoholism were highlighted in an ESPN documentary a couple of years ago, with the legendary figure admitting he consumed up to 15 drinks a day during his wrestling career.

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