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Former WWE champion Ric Flair, pictured before the game between the Minnesota Vikings and Jacksonville Jaguars at EverBank Field on Dec. 11, 2016 in Jacksonville, Florida, is responsible for some of the most popular catchphrases in wrestling history. Getty Images

Hulk Hogan's daughter Brooke talked about Ric Flair's health condition and a possible comeback to WWE weeks after he was put in a medically induced coma state due to heart-related problems. While talking to TMZ, Brooke said people like Flair "are pretty indestructible."

Brooke spoke to Flair when she was visiting her dad who is committed to beach life and is in a good shape. She said Flair sounded as if he was “all full of piss and vinegar…It seems like he’s doing well, which is great news.” Brooke also spoke about the possibility of her father returning to the ring.

“Wrestling is always in your heart, it’s like a parasite, it just stays there. I think he’s still always going to love it. You never know, he’s been known to make crazy decisions and make comebacks,” she told TMZ.

Last week, Flair made his first social media appearance since returning from the hospital after his surgery. In a video, the WWE legend said that he "ain't dead" 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 in a critical condition for days but has now been recovering. During his hospitalization, current and former wrestling superstars offered their thoughts and prayers for the Nature Boy, who has been a part of the business for five decades.

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.”

Flair's daughter and current WWE superstar, Charlotte, had 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.