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Report: Ric Flair Rushed to Hospital After ‘Very Serious’ Medical Emergency

Extra Thursday, 16 May 2019
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Ric Flair fans can breathe a sigh of relief, says Comicbook.com. It appears "The Nature Boy's" hospitalization was not as serious as originally thought. TMZ reported on Thursday morning that Flair had been rushed to a hospital near Atlanta, Georgia. The reason given was vague and simply referred...

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