ATHENS, GA – SEPTEMBER 29: Ric Flair during the game between the Georgia Bulldogs and the Tennessee Volunteers on September 29, 2018 at Sanford Stadium in Athens, Georgia. (Photo by Scott Cunningham/Getty Images)
Two-time WWE Hall of Famer Ric Flair recently made headlines when he announced the news of his divorce from his fifth wide, Wendy Barlow. Ever since that news, the Nature Boy has taken to social media multiple times, flaunting his over the top lifestyle.
Recently, the former WCW World Champion took to his Instagram and Twitter handles to tell the world how he celebrated his birthday.
Flair took to his Twitter handle and uploaded a ‘before-and-after’ pic. On the left, he used an image when he was in a medically induced coma in 2017, and on the right, he uploaded a more recent picture where he is flaunting his big guns.
Flair also wrote in the caption that he feels blessed that he is able to get a second chance in life. Eventually, seeing this picture on his Twitter, the wrestling fans showed their love for the former WWE Champion and some people even called him a “national treasure.”
Ric Flair impresses fans with his big guns
One fan thanked the WWE legend for blessing the industry with his presence. The fan also uploaded a clip of Flair’s infamous ‘wooo’ battle between him and Jay Lethal back in TNA/Impact Wrestling.
One fan admitted that with this kind of physique, Flair can still hold his own inside the squared circle. Furthermore, the fan wrote that Flair is a national treasure.
One fan took a cheeky dig on the current AEW Superstar, Adam Cole.
Perhaps this is the most epic reply to Flair’s transformation photo. One fan noted that the former WCW World Champion is ready to wrestle for AEW and party in Las Vegas with Hollywood actress Jennifer Aniston and pop singer Lady Gaga in his arms.
Looks like after seeing Flair’s physique, the fans want to see the Nature Boy between the ropes again.
Back in 2017, Flair was diagnosed with early stages of kidney failure and congestive heart failure. The WWE Hall of Famer was out in a medically induced coma for almost a month and chances of survival were slim.
However, Flair made a miraculous recovery and is still rocking harder than any of his peers.