Shocking Update on Ric Flair’s Health After His Last Match at SummerSlam!!
Following his final match in Nashville, Tennessee, more information has surfaced on the condition of WWE great Ric Flair. Since there were a few tense moments during Flair’s main event match, many fans were worried about Ric Flair’s health.
According to recent sources, the medical staff examined Ric Flair right away following his participation in the tag bout.
Two physicians evaluated Ric Flair, according to Mike Johnson of PWInsider, and sources familiar with the incident said the Nature Boy was doing “fine” following the match backstage.
Reports on the health of Ric Flair
As the medics gave him time to recover and gather his breath after the tag team match, Ric Flair was understandably worn out. The WWE Hall of Famer admitted to being ravenous and that he intended to have some food before joining his friends and family for the celebration.
Most importantly, Flair disproved his critics and survived his farewell without suffering serious wounds.
“The doctors were waiting for him the second he returned to the locker room area. He was obviously spent after the bout, but after resting and being checked out, he was saying he was starving and wanted to go eat. So, as scary some of the PPV bout was [especially the last third of the bout], we are told Flair is fine and heading out for the rest of his evening in Nashville,” Johnson reported.
What happened in Ric Flair’s last match?
The Undertaker, Bret Hart, and Mick Foley were just a few of the legends who attended the WWE legend’s retirement bout.
Before Flair and his son-in-law, Andrade El Idolo, competed in the main event, the show’s numerous other events warmed up the audience.
The match between the pair and Jeff Jarrett and Jay Lethal has every characteristic of a very dramatic professional wrestling match.
The loudest pop of the evening was given to Flair as he descended the ramp wearing the Big Gold Belt. The main event featured all of Flair’s trademark moves as he performed his greatest hits. Brass knuckles and other twists were used in the fight before Jeff Jarrett was defeated by Ric locking in the Figure Four.