The 16-time world champion suffered a problem on Thursday morning and was taken to the emergency room to be treated.

” Ric Flair, one of the greatest professional wrestlers to ever live, is back in hospital. The 16-time world champion suffered a problem on Thursday morning and was taken to the emergency room to be treated.

2 WWE legend Ric Flair during his Hall of Fame induction speech TMZ are reporting that Flair was in the Atlanta area when he started suffering problems and while the specifics are unclear at this point his situation is said to be “very serious.” The Nature Boy, 70, overcame serious health issues back in the summer of 2017. He was placed in a medically induced coma for 11 days after his intestine ruptured and many feared that Flair would not overcome that trying time.

Getty 2 Ric and Charlotte Flair pose for the cameras In true Flair fashion, he did. He went on to marry his longtime girlfriend Wendy Barlow and enjoy a star-studded 70th birthday. Our thoughts are with one of the greatest wrestlers to ever live and we hope for the best.

UPDATE Sean Ross Sapp reported that Conrad Thompson, Flair’s son-in-law, told him this was a standard procedure that Flair had planned ahead of time and TMZ had exaggerated his condition.   However, Pro Wrestling Sheet’s Ryan Satin countered that report stating that this was an emergency visit as opposed to a scheduled one and Flair has been struggling with his heart recently. ” ” Dominic Breazeale has ripped into Deontay Wilder ahead of their WBC heavyweight title fight this weekend.https://1xbet.footballresultstoday.org/

The 20-1 (18 KOs) challenger, whose sole loss came to Anthony Joshua in 2016, has a bitter rivalry with the 40-0-1 (39 KOs) champion, stemming from a hotel lobby brawl in 2017. Amanda Westcott/Showtime 3 Deontay Wilder and Dominic Breazeale shared a heated press conference As a result, ‘Trouble’ is planning to end the ‘Bronze Bomber’s’ reign on Saturday night, and believes he will simultaneously end his time in boxing by doing so.

Breazeale told Sky Sports: “I think he finds it humbling and I think it ends his career, it retires him. “A guy like Wilder, the surrounding that he has, he’s not used to being down in the dumps and being a depressed individual. “I think it cripples him, it sends him into some type of a depression and he never comes back to fight again. Amanda Westcott/Showtime 3 Breazeale has had plenty to say about Wilder “He talks the talk, he tries to get you flustered so he can get on his high horse and build up his confidence. “I’m the wrong guy for that.

I played quarterback for way too long and looked across the line at some of the biggest, baddest guys on the planet. “For me it’s in one ear and out the other, I’m just going to smile in his face.” 3 Deontay Wilder is the WBC heavyweight champion When continuing his tirade against the champion, Breazeale was asked if he is a better role model than Wilder. He replied: “Hands down without a doubt. A win for myself is a win for the world. “Nobody no longer wants to see Deontay Wilder as WBC heavyweight champion. “He’s a disgrace for not only American boxing, for heavyweight boxing in general.” “