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“I don’t know how much more he has in him” – Ric Flair On Steve ‘Mongo’ McMichael

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• “I don’t know how much more he has in him” – Ric Flair On Steve ‘Mongo’ McMichael

We reported that WCW Veteran Steve ‘Mongo’ McMichael, whom most of you will remember as a member of the legendary 4 Horsemen faction, is suffering from debilitating ALS and has lost a lot of weight in the process with his overall health going downhill quickly.

On the new episode of his weekly ‘To Be The Man’ podcast, WCW/WWF Legend Ric Flair provided an update on his former teammate, but at this point, things are not looking good at all.

Here’s what The Nature Boy said:

“Mongo might be in the hospital, I’m waiting to hear. This will be his third trip in the last five weeks, which really, really makes you think even bigger, because he’s fought the fight of a lifetime. I don’t know how much more he has in him…He can’t say anything.”

NFL Legend Steve McMichael won the Super Bowl (XX) in 1986 and wrestled for Ted Turner’s WCW from 1996 until he left the promotion in 1999.

On September 3rd, Ric Flair, Conrad Thompson, Eric Bischoff, Jeff Jarrett, Jim Ross & Tony Schiavone held a fundraising event for Mongo and raised more than $16,000.

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• Old School Wrestling Legend Would Have Celebrated His Birthday

Today would have been the 87th birthday of Old School Wrestling Legend Ray “The Crippler” Stevens (Real name: Carl Ray Stevens).

Ray Stevens wrestled for 42 years, from 1950 till 1992, working for various territories such as the American Wrestling Association (AWA), the World Wrestling Federation (WWF), Championship Wrestling from Florida (CWF), Jim Crockett Promotions & NWA Big Time Wrestling.

He won championships in pretty much every promotion he worked for and was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2021 as part of their annual “Legacy Wing” inductions.


September 5, 1935 – May 3, 1996

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