Former WWE fighter Ric Flair has revealed a shocking truth about himself.
The star has come out to display explicit details of what his lifestyle has been for the past 20 years.
The star recently announced publicly that he has bedded ten thousand women and drank ten beers every day for the past 20 years.
The WWE Nature Boy, close to the heart of millions of WWE fans, has provided the audience with a shocking account of his personal life details in ESPN’s 30 for 30 documentaries.
The documentary aired last night and had amazed viewers worldwide.
Flair was regarded as one of the most skilled and renowned professional wrestlers of all time. He was a cultural icon in the 80s.
Flair is the only WWE wrestler that has had his name TWICE in the Hall of Fame.
Ric Flair has won the Heavyweight Championship 16 times!
When talking about the sport, Ric revealed that ‘it was something I was really good at. Then it became a disease.’
According to the account provided in the documentary, his professional wrestling skills were the reason for his undying fame and fortune. However, he was unable lasting happiness in it.
His views on marriage and monogamy were also an exciting part of the documentary. Ric Flair could not take marriage and monogamy seriously.
It was just not him.
He says ‘I probably took it real serious for about a day… I mean, I tried, but it just- I was miserable.’ It is not a surprise that after such views about marriage, Ric had four divorces in his lifetime. He also has a total of four children from the four marriages.
In nexus to the above topic of marriage and women, Ric was also asked about how many women he has been in his life to which he responded “Maybe, 10,000” Woah!
Ric also confessed about his poor drinking habits. He sorted therapy by visiting a psychologist to tackle his unhealthy addiction to drinking.
He told the psychologist in 1980’s that ” I’ll drink at least ten beers, and probably five mixed drinks (every day).”
When he informed the psychologist that this had been a daily habit of this for the past 20 years, the psychologist incredulous, responded “That’s not possible.’
Flair then responded: ‘Oh yeah, it is.’
Adding more insight to his therapy sessions Flair stated, ‘ By the time I got through with that son of a b****, he was laying on the couch, and I was on the chair talking to him.’
He stated, ‘There’s no way I should be alive after some of the stuff I’ve done.’ Flair was taken to the hospital in August owing to his growing ‘organ problems.’
When asked for feedback regarding the documentary made on him, he said, ‘I liked it. It was eye-opening. I figured, if you’re going to do it, you might as well open up.’
Well, we must say this brutal honesty did make his documentary the most interesting one to the audiences worldwide.
There have been ongoing reports about the former wrestler’s health. Ric Flair has had a successful surgery; however, more treatments need to be done to attain complete recovery.
Melinda Morris Zanoni of Legacy Talent and Entertainment, who is Ric Flair’s Public Relations in charge tweeted: ‘Ric had surgery today (not [heart emoji] related)am happy 2report it was a success.Still a long road ahead so plz keep [prayer emoji] 4Ric. Charlotte Megan David&Wendy.’
Ric Flair had quit the wrestling arena in 2011 with no health problems.
His doctors called him a ‘medical miracle’ because he encountered no health problems after four years of quitting the professional wrestling practice.
In 2015, Ric commented saying ‘ ‘I don’t have any health issues. Everybody else has hips and knees. I had to go to Pittsburgh for a physical because they wanted me to do some in-ring stuff. I go there to see the heart specialist. They tested me for four hours.’