Ric Flair gives a major update on Hulk Hogan's health



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Ric Flair gives a major update on Hulk Hogan's health

On the latest episode of the To Be The Man podcast, 16-time world champion Ric Flair provided some interesting updates on Hulk Hogan. Flair said: "Hulk Hogan is fine. He has bought another house and has a new girlfriend. Physically he is feeling better, although it should not be forgotten that he has had ten operations in the last five years.

It would be difficult for anyone to recover fully." Recently, Hogan spoke about the enormous impact he had on this business: "In 50 years, no one will remember my feuds with Chris Jericho or The Rock. People will mention my name because I was the greatest wrestler ever.

I was in TV for a long time. I wanted to leave a gigantic legacy and I paid the price for it. In any case, I regret nothing. I have lived special moments and radically changed this business, as well as helping a a lot of people.

I've probably been active for too long, but I've had a blast." Hulk received a beautiful tribute from Al Snow: "What young people don't understand is that Hogan has transcended wrestling. Fans weren't paying to see him wrestle, they were paying to see him be Hulk Hogan.

Wrestling was never going to be this popular without his input." Hulk Hogan's last WWE appearance was at WrestleMania 37, when he hosted a small show alongside Titus O'Neil. In addition to being a twelve-time world champion, Hogan also held the WWE Tag Team Championship with Edge and the WCW World Heavyweight Championship.

He also won the 1990 and 1991 Royal Rumble matches and holds the record for consecutive years as world champion. Hulk was the symbolic face of the Stamford company at the turn of the 80s and 90s, before his sensational farewell in 1993.

The former WWE Champion had so many physical problems in the last part of his career, so much so that he underwent 23 surgeries (especially on the back).