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    Ric Flair Returns Home After Recent Health Scare

    Ric Flair Returns Home After Recent Health Scare

    Ric Flair has finally returned home after being in the hospital for over a month and “The Nature Boy” looked thrilled to be strutting his way out of the convalescent center.

    Flair’s fiancée Wendy Barlow posted a photo of Ric leaving on Thursday while wearing one of his “Space Mountain” t-shirts and wrote, “Taking Ric home….

    We’re told, as one would expect, Ric is very happy to be back in his house.

    As we previously reported, the wrestling legend was interviewed by People magazine last week and told them he’s finally realized he’s an alcoholic who needs to stop drinking. He also revealed that he was suffering from congestive heart failure due to years of alcohol abuse.

    We here at The Sheet wish Flair the best of luck in his recovery.

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    Cody Rhodes Signs Domestically Exclusive Contract With Ring of Honor

    Cody Rhodes Signs Domestically Exclusive Contract With Ring of Honor

    “The American Nightmare” Cody Rhodes says he’s no longer a free agent and has inked a domestically exclusive contract with Ring of Honor for the next “several years.”

    Cody’s manager put out a press release stating, “After an incredible run like no other this past year that saw Cody compete all around the world in promotions such as New Japan Pro Wrestling, Impact Wrestling, The Crash, APW, PWA Canada, and Northeast Wrestling just to name a few, The American Nightmare has decided to ink a domestically exclusive contract with Ring of Honor Wrestling, where Cody is currently the World Heavyweight Champion.”

    Rhodes adds, “I grew up in this business, I’ve seen its peaks and valleys…I know we are entering an unprecedented time in pro wrestling/sports entertainment and it’s time to put my flag in the sand. Joe Koff and his team put together such a generous offer…with some non-wrestling projects on the horizon that I hope to announce soon, and the potential of starting a family down the road…it was a perfect fit. Myself, Marty Scurll, Hangman Page, Matt and Nick Jackson…it’s the dream team…like the 1992 dream team. I have several goals in mind for myself and for ROH and I can’t wait to get started.”

    The exact terms/length of the deal weren’t included, but they claim it’s “the most generous offer in Ring of Honor history and Cody will be in an ROH ring for the next several years.”

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    THE STAR International Trailer (2017)

    THE STAR International Trailer (2017)

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    BLACK MIRROR Season 4 Teaser Trailer (2017) Netflix

    BLACK MIRROR Season 4 Teaser Trailer (2017) Netflix

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    It ALL Trailer & Clips (2017)

    It ALL Trailer & Clips (2017)

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    THE LEGO NINJAGO MOVIE “Back to School” Clip & Trailer (2017)

    THE LEGO NINJAGO MOVIE “Back to School” Clip & Trailer (2017)

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    Marvel’s THE PUNISHER “Friends. Enemies. Frank Castle.” Teaser Trailer (2017) Netflix

    Marvel’s THE PUNISHER “Friends. Enemies. Frank Castle.” Teaser Trailer (2017) Netflix

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    KINGSMAN 2: The Golden Circle NEW Spots & Trailer (2017)

    KINGSMAN 2: The Golden Circle NEW Spots & Trailer (2017)

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    MARK FELT: The Man Who Brought Down the White House Trailer (2017)

    MARK FELT: The Man Who Brought Down the White House Trailer (2017)

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    Marvel’s INHUMANS Trailer 3 (2017)

    Marvel’s INHUMANS Trailer 3 (2017)

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    Daniel Bryan Says He’s Working on Wrestling Return Due to Misunderstanding With Concussion Test

    Daniel Bryan Says He’s Working on Wrestling Return Due to Misunderstanding With Concussion Test

    The odds of Daniel Bryan returning to wrestling get better every day … as he explained this week that there was a “huge, huge misunderstanding” with the test that originally forced him to retire.

    Bryan discussed the situation on this week’s E&C Pod of Awesomeness and said he was originally cleared to return to action by his doctors and teams of concussion specialists assigned by WWE in Phoenix and at UCLA, but WWE officials still wouldn’t let him wrestle again.

    Daniel then began experimental, non-FDA approved testing at Evoke Neuroscience in New York City that came with bad news. Doctors said he had a lesion in the back part of his brain.

    Bryan said, “I’m just like, ‘Holy sh*t. A lesion.’ I’m like, ‘That’s it, I’m done. I’m finished.’”

    A week later Vince McMahon asked Bryan to give his retirement speech on Monday Night Raw in Seattle. Days after his speech, he was contacted by one of the doctors who originally cleared him asking what had happened.

    Bryan explained, “I told him what happened and I said, ‘They found a lesion in the temporal-parietal region of my brain.’ He goes, ‘Wait, hold up, a lesion?’ I said, ‘Yeah.’ And I don’t know what lesion means to you guys, a lesion to me means you have a cut. I have a cut on my brain. He goes, ‘No. Lesion, in medical terminology, is a very vague thing. It just means something is there. We don’t know what it is, so we call it a lesion in the temporal-parietal region of your brain.’”

    According to Daniel, it turns out all “lesion” meant was his reflexes in that part of the brain were slower compared to the athletes they usually tested. Compared to a normal person, Bryan was fine. “So I have average reflex time. I was like, ‘Oh no. I don’t think they understand. I’m just an average person, I’m not a real athlete!’ It’s just like, ‘Oh no, there’s been this huge, huge misunderstanding!’”

    But the current GM didn’t blame the doctors at Evoke, nor did the the revelation make him want to return to wrestling. At the time he was still trying to have a baby with his wife, Brie Bella.

    But once he became the general manager of Smackdown Live, the itch to return came roaring back.

    “So all of a sudden I’m around it and I’m not being able to do the part that I love the most. And then they had me out there for an AJ Styles-Dean Ambrose match and it literally tore my heart apart.”

    Bryan continued, “And then I was just like, ‘You know what? No. I’m not okay with this.’”

    He then began working with the Joe Namath Neurological Research Center in Florida to improve his brain function. They began running tests which showed Bryan had the brain of an average college football player — banged up but not at high risk for brain damage — and thanks to the Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Treatments (HBOT) he’s been receiving, which we reported on earlier this week, his brain could be fully healthy if he undergoes more treatments.

    Bryan said, “There’s this vast improvement. And Brie sees the vast improvement. And then Dr. (Barry) Miskin thinks within 120 total treatments, so 80 treatments more, that my brain could get back to where if you looked at it from any other spectrum, you would think that I’d have never done any contact sports in my entire life.”

    Bryan said “there’s no reason why I can’t return to doing what I love” and hopes to come back to wrestling in a part-time, 50-100 matches a year schedule.

    Check the full interview below. His concussion comments begin at the 2:02:00 mark.

    VIA: PWS

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    Triple H Bodyslammed Jimmy Fallon Through A Desk on The Tonight Show (VIDEO)

    Triple H Bodyslammed Jimmy Fallon Through A Desk on The Tonight Show (VIDEO)

    Jimmy Fallon learned the hard way last night that there are certain games you don’t want to play … in particular, THE GAME — and Triple H slammed him through a table to drive that message home.

    At the end of Fallon’s ‘Thank You Notes’ segment last night, he thanked Triple H “for sounding less like a WWE superstar and more like an extra strength hemorrhoid cream.”

    Without any pause, HHH’s music hit and he walked out looking very angry. Fallon tried to surrender, but it was too late, and he got bodyslammed through his own desk with force!

    Hunter even stole Jimmy’s chair and propped his feet up to plug SummerSlam.

    Watch the segment below.

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