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EntertainmentRic Flair rushed to hospital after 'very serious' medical issue

20:41  16 may  2019
20:41  16 may  2019 Source:   wonderwall.com

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Wrestling legend Ric Flair was rushed to the hospital Thursday morning after reportedly suffering a medical emergency, and the situation is said to be "very serious."

According to TMZ, Ric, 70, was taken to the emergency room of an Atlanta-area hospital after "something went wrong."

Ric Flair rushed to hospital after 'very serious' medical issue© Alexander Tamargo/Getty Images Ric Flair attends Univision's 30th Edition Of

It's unclear what exactly happened or the specifics of the situation, other than the seriousness of it.

Ric, also known as "The Nature Boy," has had medical scares in the past. Back in 2017, he was placed in a medically induced coma for 11 days after his intestine ruptured.

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"Ten days on life support, it'll wake you up, man," he told ESPN afterward. "What I remember was that I couldn't talk, but I could hear people talking about me. Which is even scarier ... My daughters told me that (the doctor) said to go in and say goodbye to your daddy, he's not going to make it."

Ric Flair rushed to hospital after 'very serious' medical issue© Charles Sykes/REX/Shutterstock Ric Flair attends the NBC Universal Experience Upfront event in New York City on May 12, 20008.

Ric later told People magazine that his heavy drinking days and battle with alcoholism contributed to his near-death experience.

"Between 3,700 and 4,000 calories worth of booze — soda or a splash of cranberry — every day. Like 20 drinks a day," he said. "They told my kids that everything had shut down -- kidney failure, congestive heart failure, everything shut down."

Ric is scheduled to be in Las Vegas next week for "The Roast of Ric Flair," as part of the Starrcast II wrestling convention. That event could now be in jeopardy.

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