WWE legend Ric Flair sensationally cleared to wrestle again in ring despite history of injuries

The WWE legend was in a critical condition after being hospitalised due to heart and kidney failure, and he has now revealed he could compete once again inside the ring.

Flair's last appearance in WWE came against Shawn Michaels at WrestleMania in 2008, where he suffered defeat against The Heartbreak Kid.

But the 69-year-old has teased fans that a return could be on the horizon when speaking on The Steve Austin Show despite multiple surgeries, part of his bowel being removed, and doctors inserting a pacemaker into his body.

The 16-time world champion said of his recovery: "It's a miracle, Steve. I literally look at it like a miracle.

"The doctor told me it was a miracle and after I look back at everything and coming to realize what actually took place, it is a miracle. People were writing me off."

He added: "I had difficulty doing anything when I still had that bag on my side that was attached to my intestines because it sat right at my waistline and it was hard.

"But as soon as I got that off, I was back doing 500 free squats. To me, I just need a goal. Does that make sense?

"But I finally got the weight back on and then I found myself putting more weight back on than I wanted, so I have to be careful with that, but I’ve been working out. I can do anything, benchpress.

"I have to be careful after surgery, the second surgery, for hernia issues. But I literally took it easy. I didn’t do anything. And now I’m full speed ahead.

"The guys have cleared me to do anything. I’ve actually been cleared to get knocked down in the ring.

"I didn’t know if they were going to use me in some capacity and you know the clearances you have to have with the health policy, which is so adamant."

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