Ric Flair is finally out of the hospital. He took to Twitter today to provide an update on his health and to thank the staff at Gwinnett Medical where he underwent surgery last week. It’s good to see The Nature Boy doing well.
Thank You To All The Staff At Gwinnett Medical Center For The Excellent Care During My Stay! I Was So Lucky To Be In The Hands Of An Amazing Surgeon, Dr. James Elsey. Truly Grateful For Everything! The Naitch Is Back Up And Runnin’! @GwinnettMedical pic.twitter.com/nPnzaDgRpQ
— Ric Flair® (@RicFlairNatrBoy) July 18, 2018
In a recent Twitter post, Sheamus unveiled his new look:
— Sheamus (@WWESheamus) July 18, 2018
According to WWE Network News, the next Hidden Gem to be added to the WWE Network will be Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson’s tryout match with WWE.
The match took place on March 11th, 1996, several months before his television debut at the Survivor Series. The tryout match would be his first WWE match of any kind and it has never been seen on anywhere until now. The match will be up tomorrow.
Here is the synopsis:
“A Rocky Start – 03/11/1996
Long before he became The Rock and ahead of his official WWE debut, see Dwayne Johnson face Bodydonna Skip in this rarely seen dark match.”
Hopefully, this will lead to WWE adding more rare dark matches to their Hidden Gems vault.