Wrestling legend Ric Flair was hospitalized Thursday morning after "suffering a medical emergency" in Atlanta, according to TMZ Sports.
However, in another report, Flair's son-in-law, Conrad Thompson, is quoted as saying it was a planned medical procedure and the situation "is not as grave or serious as TMZ makes it out to be."
Late Thursday afternoon, TMZ posted an update, saying it received a statement from Flair's wife, Wendy Barlow, who said she expected him to make "a full recovery."
She later updated that a planned surgery had been postponed due to complications that "needed to be taken care of first."
The last tweet on Flair's official Twitter account was made around 9:30 a.m. and was a "Throwback Thursday" photo.
Back in August 2017, Flair, 70, was hospitalized and placed in a medically-induced coma. Multiple reports said Flair had surgery on his bowels to remove an obstruction that had caused his kidneys to shut down.
Last fall, he was seen on the sidelines at a UGA football game.
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