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Ric Flair 'Is A Fighter' — Close Friend Warns Not To 'Count Him Out' Despite Serious Health Problems

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We are so pulling for Ric Flair today.

The wrestling legend known as "Nature Boy" is in critical condition after undergoing surgery earlier this week.

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But marketing manager and close pal Cameron "Cam" Fordham wants fans to remember that Flair "is a fighter."

In a statement to People, he says:

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Life Of Kylie Is A Flop! Already Bad Ratings IMPLODE With Episode 2!

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Well, that was a bust.

If the disappointing premiere ratings of Kylie Jenner's spinoff show sent the rest of the KUWTK fam into a tailspin, just imagine what these numbers will do!

According to Showbuzz numbers, the second episode of Life Of Kylie dropped from the .51 to a .44 among the desired 18-49 market, and the estimated viewership tanked from 1.12 million to only 837,000!

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That's a drop of 25% in only one week! More people watched The Strain. We don't know anyone who's ever even seen The Strain.

Heck, we wouldn't be surprised if E! didn't even air the rest of the episodes — at least not in a cushy 9 p.m. EST slot!

Might be time for some tough momager love, Kris Jenner!

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Trump Can't Stop Losing Manufacturing Council Members After Charlottesville! SAD!

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Remember when Donald Trump told his supporters there would be so much winning, they'd get "tired of winning"? How's that going?

When it comes to Trump's manufacturing council, not very well.

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45's failure to immediately condemn the alt-right Nazis and their violent actions in Charlottesville — and continued failure to call it out as domestic terrorism — has led to a fourth CEO leaving the Manufacturing Jobs Initiative, following execs for Merck, Under Armour, and Intel.

This time it's Scott Paul of the Alliance For American Manufacturing, a nonprofit founded to help keep manufacturing jobs in the United States, who tweeted:

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