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Ric Flair shares news on Charlotte’s REHAB

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WWE Hall of Famer Ric Flair recently shared uplifting news about his daughter Charlotte Flair’s rehabilitation journey.

Last month, Charlotte suffered a severe setback with a trio of injuries – a torn ACL, MCL, and meniscus, sidelining her for an estimated nine months.

However, Charlotte’s resilience is shining through as she was seen working out on a treadmill just two weeks post-knee surgery.

WWE News: Charlotte Flair Gets Praise from Medical Professionals

Ric Flair, in a conversation with Busted Open Radio, revealed that doctors are astounded by Charlotte’s rapid progress.

Dr. Dugas of Andrews Sports Medicine & Orthopaedic Center expressed his admiration, placing Charlotte among the top three athletes he has ever treated in his 30-year tenure at the clinic.

This list includes renowned names like Bo Jackson and Tommy John. “She’s a different kind of cat,” Ric Flair remarked, highlighting the exceptional nature of Charlotte’s recovery.

WWE News: Charlotte’s Determination and Future Plans

Following her surgery on January 4, Charlotte shared an emotional message on social media, expressing her determination to refocus and rebuild.

Her goal is clear: to reconquer the WWE women’s division once she’s medically cleared to return. Her last appearance was on December 8 in a match against Asuka on WWE SmackDown, where she sustained her injury.


  • What injuries did Charlotte Flair sustain?
    • Charlotte suffered a torn ACL, MCL, and meniscus.
  • How long is Charlotte expected to be out of action?
    • She is expected to be sidelined for up to nine months.
  • What has been said about Charlotte’s recovery?
    • Doctors, including Dr. Dugas, have been highly impressed with her recovery, ranking her among the top three athletes treated at Andrews Sports Medicine & Orthopaedic Center.
  • What are Charlotte’s plans post-recovery?
    • Charlotte aims to refocus, rebuild, and eventually reclaim her position in the WWE women’s division.
  • When did Charlotte last wrestle?
    • Her last match was on December 8 on “WWE SmackDown” against Asuka.
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Jack Anderson