The Nature Boy Ain't Dead Yet

The Nature Boy Ain't Dead Yet
In 1975, Ric Flair was in a plane crash that nearly ended his career -- and his life. He survived the crash and continued arguably the greatest career in pro wrestling history.

Now, at 68 years old, Flair seems to have come out ahead in another life-or-death situation.

Flair was recently placed in a medically induced coma after his fiance took him to the hospital for "severe abdominal pain." He remained in critical condition following surgery.

On August 29, a message was tweeted out on Flair's account, stating, "Sometimes you have to get knocked down lower than you have ever been, to stand up taller than you ever were. Naitch WILL be back!"

On Saturday, things took an even better turn when Flair -- looking understandably thinned down and with what looks to be an IV clamp still attached to his arm -- delivered a message via video.

Wearing a 
Wearing an "I ain't dead yet motherf**kers," Flair said, "Hey, to all my fans out there, let it be known worldwide that Nature Boy, WOOO!, is back up and running, looking as only I can look. I want to tell all my fans out there, thank you for the love and support and I will see you in the very... near future. WOOOO!"

The Nature Boy is a tough man to keep down.
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