Ric Flair’s Health update after ”Final Match”

The main event pitted Jay Lethal and Jeff Jarrett against Ric Flair and Andrade El Idolo to bring the WWE Hall of Famer’s career as a wrestler to an end. The Ric Flair’s Last Match event included a number of well-known wrestlers. The focus of the evening, though, was on one guy and his last match before retiring.

The 73-year-old wrestler’s final battle lasted 26 minutes.

What’s happening?

If you saw Ric Flair’s Last Match event and were worried about his health following the match, Flair is reportedly doing well.

For those of you who missed it, around midway through the match Flair appeared to be blown apart, and you could see the other wrestlers attempting to give him some time to regain his breath. After the contest, Kid Rock, who had been spotted watching from the ringside area, informed Tony Schiavone that Flair was heading out to party with him. After getting checked out, Flair reportedly stated that he was famished and wanted to grab some food, according to reports. So it would seem that there is no need for concern, despite the fact that the closing few minutes of that game had a somewhat ominous appearance.

Here’s the full match update on Rick Flair ”Last Match”.

Ric Flair’s past health problems

Flair underwent surgery to remove an obstruction from his colon on August 14, 2017, in Georgia. This procedure had a number of unintended consequences, the most serious of which was renal failure, which required dialysis and required Flair to remain hospitalized until he received a rehabilitation release and was permitted to go home. Also he has Alcoholic cardiomyopathy which is a disorder that affects Flair’s heart.

The Build- Up

It was quite an unusual build for his match, as many were expecting a different opponent competing against the WWE Hall of Famer at his last match.

Flair had broke the news via a tweet stating. For his final match, Ric Flair has reportedly hinted that he would challenge a WWE Superstar. The Nature Boy hinted that his opponent may be a celebrity from the red brand in one of his tweets, which included the hashtag RAW brand.
According to a tweet he said, he is “coming after one of your own #WWERAW.”

But then it changed completely.

Announcement via viral video

Nature Boy is going to come out of retirement for one more match, but in a brutal promotional video, his opponents leave him in a bleeding heap.
Andrade El Idolo, his son-in-law, teaming up with to take on Jeff Jarrett, a member of the WWE Hall of Fame, and Jay Lethal, a sparring partner.
The dramatic story build-up revealed that Flair had been brutally attacked by Lethal and Jarrett in a parking lot.

Who all were in attendance?

The Undertaker, Bret Hart, and Mick Foley were just a few of the legends who attended the WWE legend’s retirement bout. This was supposed to be an all out fair as, coming out of retirement and competing at this age, was a spectacle for everyone.

Post match everyone stood up to thank the legend for his contribution to the pro wrestling world.

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