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Former WWE wrestler Ric Flair attends Game 3 of the 2017 NBA Finals between the Golden State Warriors and the Cleveland Cavaliers at Quicken Loans Arena on June 7, 2017, in Cleveland. Getty Images

Ric Flair released his first video Saturday since his critical health condition due to a heart-related issue. The WWE legend was hospitalized on Aug. 11 and was forced to undergo a surgery due to his "tough medical issues."

On Saturday, Flair returned to social media to say that he "ain't dead yet" and is back up and running.

"Hey, to all my fans out there, let it be known worldwide that NB—wooooo!—is back up and running," Flair said in the video, wearing a T-shirt that read, "I Ain't Dead Yet M F------."

"I want to tell all my fans out there, thank you for all the love and support and I will see you in the very, very, very, very, very, very near future," he continued. "Wooooo!"

"I'm Backkkk!" he wrote in the caption of the video. "Thanks To Everyone For The Support These Past Couple Weeks. Just When You Thought You Could Count The Naitch Out.... Guess What? I Ain't Dead Yet Mother F------! WOOOOO!"

Flair was placed in a medically induced coma following his hospitalization, and after remaining in a critical condition for days, the legendary star started recovering.

On Tuesday, Flair's fiancée Wendy Barlow said that the 68-year-old is working his way back towards good health.

“I wanted to update everyone on Ric’s progress as so many people have been reaching out and offering their prayers and support,” Barlow wrote. “He is doing very well for a man who has been through so much! He will begin physical therapy shortly and will be stronger than ever and back out enjoying all the fans sooner than you would think. I can honestly say I have witnessed a miracle.”

Barlow had earlier said that Flair suffered from “multiple organ problems,” she, however, denied rumors about Flair undergoing a colon surgery. Sports Illustrated had reported that a part of Flair’s bowel was required to be removed after medical professionals found what was thought to be an intestinal blockage. The report also said that alcohol use contributed to his health issues.

Just days before being hospitalized, Flair spoke to Sports Illustrated about his health.

“I had one vice,” Flair said at the time. “I’m not going to point my finger at anybody else. My vice was drinking. I didn’t have any pain issues, addiction problems, marijuana, cocaine, nothing like that. It’s a fact that I kept myself up all night and always had a good time.”

Charlotte Flair, Ric’s daughter and current WWE superstar, had not appeared on WWE TV since her father was critical but she made an appearance last week after his recovery. She has updated her father's fans on his surgery and also thanked everyone for their prayers.

"After an incredibly hard week, my dad is getting better. There is still a long road to go and he's not out of the woods just yet but I want to again thank everyone for their support on behalf of myself and my family. My dad has given his life to sports entertainment. To everyone competing tonight, you know he'd be backstage watching if he could. Give it a little extra flair for him tonight," she wrote on Aug. 21 on her Instagram account.