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Ric Flair set for another serious surgery

Ric Flair scared a lot of people when he experienced an awful health issue last Summer. This medical nightmare caused for him to be put into a medically induced coma and rushed into emergency surgery where he had quite a bit of his bowels removed.

Since then, The Nature Boy has recuperated and seems to be living life to the fullest. It seems that there is more pep in his step than ever as he continues to strut through life with a new zeal. Flair says he quit drinking and has been devoting more of his time to his family and other exciting projects.

But The Wrestling Observer Newsletter reports Ric Flair still has another surgery to undergo. It is reported that the two-time WWE Hall Of Famer will have a “very serious” surgery on July 9th to get the colostomy bag removed that Ric has been living with since his initial operation. It is said that if he wants to start serious training again then this is mandatory.

Let’s hope for the best as Flair prepares to go under the knife once again. Hopefully, the end result will be an even more active Nature Boy.

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