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WWE legend Ric Flair surprised with 70th birthday party

Zach Brendza
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Ric and Charlotte Flair attend Ric’s surprise 70th birthday party in Atlanta.

Ric Flair not only had a hard time “holding these alligators down,” he had a hard time holding the tears back Friday.

“The Nature Boy,” as he was commonly known as during his days in the squared circle, was surprised with a 70th birthday celebration in Atlanta, with attendees ranging from: his daughter, WWE star Charlotte Flair; to former boxing heavyweight champ Evander Holyfield; wrestlers Triple H and Chris Jericho; former NBA stars Dennis Rodman and Charles Barkley; and Los Angeles Rams and former University of Georgia star running back Todd Gurley (Flair is a huge UGA fan).

The WWE legend turns 70 on Monday. He was scheduled to make an appearance on the upcoming episode of Monday Night Raw.

For those of you who may have forgotten, Flair was quite the showman in his day who was known for his flashy and braggadocious style.

Zach Brendza is a Tribune-Review digital producer. You can contact Zach at 724-850-1288, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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